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Chattanooga K-9 Officer Camie goes social

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A Chattanooga Police Officer is now getting her own Twitter account. She's made it through tough military and police training, along with serving in Afghanistan. 

Now 5-year-old Camie is taking on social media without thumbs. Camie is a Labrador Retriever.

Camie is described as "gregarious, exuberant" by Chattanooga Police. She now serves as spokesdog in addition to her primary duties as bomb-sniffing dog.

It was a ruff campaign, but Camie came out as the top dog with a unanimous decision from the other K9s.

She will be tweeting from the handle @CPDK9Camie with a doggone perspective on CPD news and developments.

No word yet if human officer will help with those pesky phone keyboards that dislike wet noses. 

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