Clever Dog Strolls Into Police Station To ‘Report Himself Missing’ !

While all dogs are good dogs, there’s one particular pooch who recently took his best behavior to the next level.

An otherwise typically quiet night at the Odessa Police Department took a rather interesting turn when an unexpected visitor walked straight through the front door.

His name is Chico – a very smart, kind dog who is seemingly trying to report himself missing in the Texas Police Department.

It is possible that he did not get lost at all, but inquired about any open positions of the K9 in the forces. The handsome stranger didn’t have much to say, but he was very happy to entertain the officers on duty with a few games of passing in the station lobby as they tried to solve the case.

Sergeant Rusty Martin was among the officers who were lucky enough to meet Chico, who reports that the carefree puppy didn’t seem too swung by the fact that he was missing.

“We were all excited to have him in the building, “We had a tennis ball and threw it in the lobby for a bit. Everyone loved on him.”

After the initial excitement passed, the cops tried to find out where Chico came from. He was wearing a collar at the time, but unfortunately, the identification plate fell off, so an animal control was sent to come and check to see if he had a microchip.

Before they arrived, things turned around. Chico didn’t hang around – he decided he had enough fun for one night and decided to go home alone.

“He was given lots of love and attention until he decided it was time for him to leave,” “He let himself out and after an exhausting search was not found. We were relieved to learn he safely returned to his owner. Chico is welcome back anytime.”, the officers said in a Facebook post.

Thankfully, the following day, Chico was safely reunited with his human dad, but not without making a bunch of new friends in the police force first. Sergeant Rusty Martin said Chico would be welcome back anytime.

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