KARELIAN BEAR DOG PROGRAM
Photo of Mishka looking out of the window of a WDFW Enforcement vehicle. State's first Karelian bear dog retiring after 12 years of service
Mishka, the first Karelian bear dog (KBD) used to help manage conflicts with bears and other potentially dangerous wildlife in Washington state, is retiring after 12 years of service. Learn more >>
Rugged Justice Title Banner. Photo of WDFW Enforcement badge and "Rugged Justice" tile. 'Rugged Justice' comes to Animal Planet
Viewers can follow WDFW Police Officers as they patrol mountains, coasts and city streets, protecting natural resources and serving the people of Washington. Learn more >>

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