Arkansas K-9 officer added to staff yearbook page.
Mya is all smiles in her yearbook photo.
Her fur doesn’t have a hair out of place, either.
The K-9 school resource officer in Arkansas got a spot on the staff page of the Bryant High School yearbook.
Bryant Police Department posted a photo of the yearbook page Friday.
“It looks like one of Bryant PD’s finest School Resource Officer’s made the Hornet Yearbook this year,” the department said in the post. “Good job Mya, you are representing the PD with pride…..Hornet Pride!!!”
The reactions to the post were overwhelmingly positive.
“My son wanted to show me his ‘favorite staff member’ when he brought his yearbook home!!” a parent commented on the post. “I think this is great!!”
Mya, a Belgian Malinois, is trained in narcotics detection, but she’s also trained to do tracking and article recovery, news website MySaline.com reported last year.
She began working at the Bryant School District last year, and her handler is Sgt. Paul Tarvin.
Mya’s not the only dog to be featured in a school yearbook.
Linda, a service dog for a fifth grader at Orange City Elementary School in Florida, got her picture included in the yearbook last year, WESH reported.