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James Hatch, a retired Navy Seal and K9 handler who lost his dog, Spike, in a mission in Afghanistan, runs Spike’s K9 Fund, which provides police dogs with protective gear and cover medical costs for K9s injured in the line of duty. Morrisville Police Department's Arko was the first K9 in North Carolina to receive the vest. Henry Gargan hgargan@newsobserver.com
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