Pets & Animals

Watch this K-9 ham it up by 'helping' state trooper wash his car

Washing a car can be so much more fun if you have a K-9 assistant.

Taking advantage of the warm weather over the weekend, Vermont State Police Trooper Nicholas Arlington decided to enlist a "helper" as he washed off his car. Arlington brought along K-9 partner Max, who hammed it up by "helping" get the car washed in a video that was posted by the Vermont State Police on Facebook.

“It’s a little warmer today, and a good chance to clean all that winter grime off your cars,” the Vermont State Police wrote. “If you can find a helper…”

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When Max isn't busy chasing the water spraying out of the hose during car washes, he's handling jobs like making sure teens don't drink and drive.

Getting wet doesn't bother him one bit, whether it's washing the car or dealing with a snowstorm.

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