Meet The Painfully Cute Police Pups Who Are Coming To Arrest You

A life of crime has never seemed so appealing.

1. Say hello to the newest litter of crime-fighting police dogs.

The dogs, who are being trained by the Isle of Man Constabulary, are now 50 days old. There are nine of them - six girls, three boys. You should remember their names, because be warned… they’ll remember yours!

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2. There’s Daisy.

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8. Echo (giving Lulu a piggy back).

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11. You may be thinking, “If police dogs are that cute, I should commit some crimes”.

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12. But don’t let their fluffiness deceive you.

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13. You know how they say if you want to know what a girl will look like when she’s older, look at her mum?

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14. Well, this is their mum, Saxon. Gonna mess with her? Thought not.

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15. Of the 9 dogs, 3 will go on to work for the Isle of Man police force, 3 will head off to Cumbria police, 1 will go to a charity, while 2 will stay on the island as pets.

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16. From the moment they were born, they’ve been eager to learn.

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17. Every day they’re getting more agile.

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18. Venus has found ways of speeding up her growth.

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19. Polo takes a firm stand against crimes of fashion in particular.

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20. And they laugh (or woof) in the face of danger.

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21. They’ve been lending a hand with the chores. They paint.

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22. They empty the bin.

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23. Though, to be honest, they’re not as helpful as they think they are.

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24. If they don’t want to let you past, they won’t let you past.

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26. And they’re not big on sharing.

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27. You don’t want to be around when it all kicks off.

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28. So next time you’re considering breaking the law, think twice.

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29. You don’t want these guys to turn up at your door… right?

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For regular updates (or ‘pupdates’, if you will) make sure you follow @IOMPoliceDogs on Twitter.

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Robin Edds is special projects editor at BuzzFeed UK and is based in London.
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