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Bensalem Police K-9 Team to be Featured on A&E “America’s Top Dog

Bensalem Police K-9 Team to be Featured on A&E “America’s Top Dog” 

If you live in Bensalem Officer Robert Schwarting and his K-9 partner Bowie are frequent special guests at a number of community events 

In January, you will be able to see the tandem compete on the new A&E show “Americas Top Dog” when the show premieres Wednesday January 8, at 9 p.m, according to release from the network. 

Schwarting and Bowie were chosen by the producers of the show to represent the east coast in this prestigious nationwide competition where, police and civilian dogs compete nose-to-nose on an ultimate K-9 obstacle course where dogs and handlers get tested on their speed, agility and teamwork. 

Schwarting and K-9 Officer Bowie have received numerous awards in local and regional competitions. 

Each week’s winning team will receive $10,000 and an additional $5,000 to donate to the animal charity of their choice.  In the final week of competition, top competitors will return to the finale course to battle for the title of “America’s Top Dog” and an additional $25,000 cash prize.

You can watch a trailer for the show by clicking this link

JB 

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Bensalem Police K-9 Team to be Featured on A&E “America’s Top Dog

Bensalem Police K-9 Team to be Featured on A&E “America’s Top Dog” 

If you live in Bensalem Officer Robert Schwarting and his K-9 partner Bowie are frequent special guests at a number of community events 

In January, you will be able to see the tandem compete on the new A&E show “Americas Top Dog” when the show premieres Wednesday January 8, at 9 p.m, according to release from the network. 

Schwarting and Bowie were chosen by the producers of the show to represent the east coast in this prestigious nationwide competition where, police and civilian dogs compete nose-to-nose on an ultimate K-9 obstacle course where dogs and handlers get tested on their speed, agility and teamwork. 

Schwarting and K-9 Officer Bowie have received numerous awards in local and regional competitions. 

Each week’s winning team will receive $10,000 and an additional $5,000 to donate to the animal charity of their choice.  In the final week of competition, top competitors will return to the finale course to battle for the title of “America’s Top Dog” and an additional $25,000 cash prize.

You can watch a trailer for the show by clicking this link

JB 

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