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Being part of a K9 unit requires ongoing training for dog, officer

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Scott Kettren can’t leave his job at the office — it follows him home every night.

For the past several years, Kettren, a patrolman for the Murrysville Police Department, has trained, cared for and worked side-by-side with Argos, the department’s police dog.

“It’s a 24-7 commitment,” said Kettren, 35. “I didn’t realize how big of a commitment it was before I got into it – you’re living with the dog, having him there all the time and putting in training.”

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