‘GMA’ Pet of the Week: Meet Finn

Finn, a 4-month-old Chocolate Lab who will embark on his journey to become a police service dog, brings joy to his community.
3:31 | 03/06/20

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This puppy is spreading a lot of joy as he prepares fire big job. At 16 weeks old, Finn, a chocolate lab. Hey, Finnie. That is pie bag. Reporter: Captured the hearts of residents after he was donated to their local police department. It was definitely love at first sight when Finn walked through the door. I knew instantly the impact he would have. Reporter: Finn spends his days with his fulone visiting the elderly and local schools. When you see the reaction when he walks into a building it's so gratifying and rewarding. The community overwhelmingly embraced him. Reporter: When he's not meeting neighbors Finn loves a good afternoon nap at the station. He is working towards official certification as a therapy dog and the department hopes this training will make him a valuable team member during critical incidents. Most of our visits right now involve him socializing and getting familiar with different environments, different people. Reporter: Finn brings his special breed of pupally love to everyone he meets. He's added a totally new dimension to our lives. How do you like working at the police department? Good boy. We're joined by dispatcher Hannah Furno, police chief Nick miglionico and school resource officer Brett fulone and Finn. There he is. Good to see you. Hey, Finn. Come on up. Good boy. Good boy. Come on up. Come on up. Can you sit? There we go. Can you sit? Good boy. So, Hannah, I think Finn answers the question himself. Tell us why you nominated him. He is the cutest thing that's ever like walked through the door at the police department. You know, when he walked in I just knew he was meant to be a police dog, not to be just your ordinary pet and thought he'd be perfect to be on "Good morning America." He sure seems like it. Chief, what are his responsibilities going to be once he's fully trained. He's been great. Once fully trained over the next year what we'd like to do is out Liz him after any major crisis situations that law enforcement people or any public safety department experiences. He's a natural. He is a natural. He's just got it. You get the honor of getting to bring Finn home every night. What's he like at home? I like to tell people that he has two personalities, so he's got his work personality and really chill and calm at work. Then when he gets home he gets to unwind. My wife and two boys spend a lot of time with him. Gets a lot of walking time. Oh. We have a 4-year-old dog at home and he loves to wrestle with her. He's got a couple of tricks. He likes to sit and empty tubs right now for whatever reason and then when we take him out -- He's teething? We take him out for walks, he likes to grab the leash and lead you back into the building. Boy, he's just so good natured. He is a great dog, yeah. He is. He is so fantastic. We'll give him the honor today. Finn, are you ready for this? Good boy. Thank you so much. Well, thank you, guys, great to have you.

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