The Wrentham Police Department introduced their latest recruit and now they need your help in giving him a name.

An absolutely adorable golden retriever puppy is now the newest member of the Wrentham Police Department thanks to a grant through the Norfolk County District Attorney’s Office.

The new WPD PUP is going to be the department's community resource dog and I seriously think this cutie could help de-stress anyone. Who wouldn't want a cuddle from the little guy.

The only problem facing the Wrentham PD now is what to name the dog.

Yes, WPD PUP has no official name as of yet and the department is open to suggestions.

Think you have the perfect name for this new police pup? Then head to the Wrentham PD Facebook page and let them know.

As the department says they are taking any and all suggestions right now with the final say likely going to the kids at the Wrentham Elementary School.

Which says to me those kids are probably going to getting a furry little visitor at some point in the future too.

In fact, the WPD PUP will be getting out everywhere in the community soon enough.

After a few months of training, unnamed puppy will make stops at schools, nursing homes, the Senior Center and beyond.

The department's goal with the new recruit is to offer comfort wherever needed to whomever needs it.

Animal therapy in many forms has proven to be very powerful. It's nice to see more police departments embracing this type of community support.

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