The oldest police dog in the West MIdlands has finally retired after reaching the grand old age of nine and a half.
During his time with the police Janus and his handler have made hundreds of arrests and been nominated for countless awards. But now he'll live out his days as a family pet.
The oldest police dog in the West Midlands has finally retired at the grand old age of nine-and-a-half.
During Janus' long police career, he has captured more than four hundred criminals and uncovered thousands of pounds worth of stolen property.
His handler PC Dan Thomas says they have developed a unique bond while working together but Janus will now enjoy his retirement at home with PC Thomas' family.
A West Midlands Police dog is preparing for his retirement after spending nearly a decade on the beat in the region.
Janus has helped make nearly 450 arrests in the last four years alone.
At nine and a half years old, or 66 and a half in dog years, it's time for Janus to make way for younger police pups to pound the streets.