Family, Friends & Fellow Officers Remember...

K9 Haas

Duluth Police Department, Minnesota

End of Watch Sunday, January 13, 2019

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Reflections for K9 Haas

Our love & support to you, your family & community. Run free at the Bridge and joint all the other K-9s who served selflessly with love!

Sandra Lackey, Ripon, Ca Citizen
Ripon Ca

January 18, 2019

H aving been involved with K-9s I know the sorrow that the death of Haas brings. There can not be any more faithful partner who willingly gives his life to save his human. May he rest in comfort and be reunited with all those he loved at the "Rainbow Bridge" some day.

charlotte bloch-retired -civil trainer
-civil-no particular agency

January 17, 2019

H aving been involved with K-9s I know the sorrow that the death of Haas brings. There can not be any more faithful partner who willingly gives his life to save his human. May he rest in comfort and be reunited with all those he loved at the "Rainbow Bridge" some day.

charlotte bloch-retired
past K-9 evaluator and trainer

January 17, 2019

We are so sorry at the loss of Haas. Deepest sympathy and heartfelt prayers for his handler and his family.

Kim Esteran

January 16, 2019



January 16, 2019

The Rainbow Bridge has called forth another guardian. My heart goes out to Deluth and those who knew and worked with Haas. Prayers for his Partner and his family

Civilian Elizabeth Ritter

January 16, 2019

Still doesn't seem real. I was always so fascinated when I'd watch you work in training and on the street. But you were so friendly too...and gave some really good hugs! I still smile when I think about the call a few months ago when I crouched down behind cover and you sat down right on my lap.

Rest easy, buddy. Good boy.

Officer Taylor Stutsman
Duluth Police Department

January 16, 2019

God Bless our canines. They save lives all the time and many pay the ultimate sacrifice. RIP Haas, Good boy...

Diane Freier Retired Detective
Antioch Police Department California

January 15, 2019

Thank you for your service

Carol jackson
Belgian Malinios owner and friend of law Enforcement

January 15, 2019

K-9 Hass, losing you hurts the entire K-9 family. Our hearts are heavy - we can only support your partner, family and department with our prayers and thoughts. No need to name a star after you because you are a star. Shining brightly through eternity to all who glance at the sky knowing who you are and what you sacrificed. May God cover those you protected with peace and comfort.

Susan King, Board
Michigan War Dog Memorial

January 15, 2019

Rest In Peace Blue Line Warrior. Thank you for your supreme sacrifice.

Deputy Sheriff R. Dvoroznak (ret.)
Ohio, Cuyahoga County Sheriffs Office

January 15, 2019

Rest in peace boy. Have fun at the rainbow bridge and wait for your partner. Thank you for your service.

Lieutenant John C. Moore
Wisconsin State Conservation Warden

January 15, 2019

The men & women of the Abilene Police Department express their condolences for the loss of K9 Haas. We are grateful for the service rendered and grieve with K9 Haas' handler and department. We continue to also pray for the Officer involved in this shooting.

Beth Reeves, Chaplain
Abilene Police Department

January 15, 2019

Has, I am SO Sorry this happened to you. We humans in the US have to get better gun control laws. I am sure you saved many lives on Sunday. Now rest.Your family and department will NEVER forget you.

Supporter of police officers.

January 15, 2019

When you lose your K9 partner it breaks your heart and that pain will never go away. My prayers have been sent for the Officer/Handler for a quick recovery and prayers have been sent to ask God to allow Haas immediate entry into heaven.

Bobby White, Deputy Sheriff (retired)
Monterey County California Sheriff's Department

January 15, 2019

Rest in peace Haas!
You will not be forgotten!

Willie Bell Hopewell VA!
Friend Of All Law Enforcement Officers!

January 15, 2019

Haas, Rest In Peace you brave warrior. We will never forget your service to the citizens of Duluth, but more importantly, giving your life to save your partner Officer AAron Haller and all our brothers and sisters on this side of the badge. God Bless you Officer Haller and your family. All family members are affected by the loss of Haas.

K9 Sergeant Richard McQueary
Indianapolis Airport Police Dept./President International Police Work

January 15, 2019

K-9 Haas may God welcome you home with open arms. I know you are in the best of company.

Sgt. David Osborne Jr
Tennessee Highway Patrol

January 15, 2019

RIP Hass, You did your duty, and you did it well, gold bless, rest well and sleep tight,

struan banks
United Kingdom

January 15, 2019

R.I.P. Haas and Rest Easy. We’ll take it from here.... Respect and Honor.

Deputy Sheriff w/ K9 Jett Joe Kern
Le Sueur County, MN

January 15, 2019

Greater love has no one than this: to lay down one's life for one's friends.

You are a hero Haas. Thank you for protecting your handler / partner. You will be missed and never forgotten.

Motor Officer E. Bachtel (Ret.)
Marina Police Department, Marina California

January 14, 2019

It’s horrible that it’s only 14 days into the year and already 7 officers and K-9’s have been killed in the line of duty, What the hell has happened to this world and our country. We can’t even go to town anymore without being in fear of getting mugged, attacked or shot and I live in a 2 horse town and still fear these things. My mind and soul hangs low for all of our fallen officers.

Blue lives matter, black lives matter, ALL lives matter.

Tristin Reed of Alabama, Born 9/7/03
joining police force as soon as I turn 21

January 14, 2019

Our thoughts and prayers go out to the Duluth, Minnesota Police Department and the family, friends, and colleagues of K-9 Haas, who was shot and killed in the Line-of-Duty on Sunday, January 13, 2019. Let us celebrate his accomplishments and remember his selfless sacrifice in the Line-of-Duty. Now that K9 Haas has left this life, please help the members of the Duluth Police Department cope with his loss with strength and courage. May K9 Haas always be remembered as a trusted colleague who completed his missions with true dedication and the unconditional love he provided his caregivers. Heavenly Father, by Your Word, death is not the end; it does not have the final say! For Scripture promises that all flesh shall see the salvation of God! All dogs do go to heaven, because they have a spirit that epitomizes God’s unconditional love. After all, DOG spelt backwards is GOD! Well done, good and faithful servant!

Chaplain Steven R. Closs, D. Div.
The Steven R. Closs Christian Law Enforcement Chaplaincy
Merrimack, NH 03054

Chaplain Steven R. Closs, D. Div.
Nashua / Merrimack NH Police Departments

January 14, 2019

Not all heroes have two legs some have four legs, a tail, and a heart of gold. Thank you for your service and may you rest in peace K9 Haas,

Gail M. Pabst
Aunt of fallen Detroit Police Officer Jennifer Fettig eow 2/16/04

January 14, 2019

Rest In Peace Warrior.

Ofc. R. Bellamy
Escondido PD (CA)

January 14, 2019

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