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Law enforcement officers gather outside Houston animal hospital to honor fallen K-9
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HOUSTON — A very touching moment Tuesday night outside a west Houston animal hospital.

Law enforcement officers from all over the Houston area gathered there to pay tribute to a K-9 that had to be put down because of cancer.

At least a dozen units drove with flashing lights to honor Officer Pepper.

Private citizens lined up and saluted as they passed by in the parking lot of Vergi animal hospital.


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Officer Pepper....Thank you for your Honorable Service. May our Lord Bless You and Keep You. RIP Pepper..You done good. I Salute You.
Posted by USMC66'- at 8/26/2019 1:37:52 PM

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