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Police puppy gets fired for cutest reason

Not everyone is cut out to fight crime

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Queensland, Austrailia – Not everyone is cut out for a life of fighting crime, including this puppy named Gavel. 

Gavel, a German shepherd, was recruited as a puppy to become a police dog in Queensland, Austrailia, according to The Telegraph.

Sadly, the little dog was relieved of his duties. Turns out, he was a little too friendly to fight crime.

Gavel would rather play with people than put them away, so police officers found another career for him.

Gavel now works for the governor of Queensland where he fulfills his duties as the Vice-Regal Dog.

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Posted by Governor of Queensland on Tuesday, June 6, 2017

His responsibilities include greeting visitors of the governor's house and attending special events with the governor, including briefings and ceremonies.

"He has outgrown four ceremonial coats, undergone a career change, and brought untold joy to the lives of the governor, Government House staff and the thousands who have visited the estate," the governor told 7 News Brisbane.