Brittney Lohmiller / The Natchez Democrat — Three-year-old Wesson Johnson leans in closer to get a better look at Cyrax, the Natchez Police Department K-9 German shepherd at Judge George Armstrong Library Tuesday afternoon. Officers Tony Godbold and Brian Seyfarth brought their dogs to show children and adults what the dogs do to help the Natchez Police Department.
Brittney Lohmiller / The Natchez Democrat — Three-year-old Wesson Johnson leans in closer to get a better look at Cyrax, the Natchez Police Department K-9 German shepherd at Judge George Armstrong Library Tuesday afternoon. Officers Tony Godbold and Brian Seyfarth brought their dogs to show children and adults what the dogs do to help the Natchez Police Department.

Photo feature: Library has gone to the dogs

Published 12:02am Wednesday, April 16, 2014
Brittney Lohmiller / The Natchez Democrat — Two-year-old German shepherd Cyrax, left, and officer Brian Seyfarth demonstrate what the Natchez Police Department K-9 unit does when tracking down a criminal at Judge George Armstrong Library Tuesday afternoon.
Brittney Lohmiller / The Natchez Democrat — Two-year-old German shepherd Cyrax, left, and officer Brian Seyfarth demonstrate what the Natchez Police Department K-9 unit does when tracking down a criminal at Judge George Armstrong Library Tuesday afternoon.
Brittney Lohmiller / The Natchez Democrat — Six-year-old Tyilan Mills, from left, Kirahn Mills, 10, and Cylynthia Mills watch 2-year-old German shepherd Cyrax search for his chew toy during a demonstration by the Natchez Police Department K-9 at Judge George Armstrong Library Tuesday afternoon.
Brittney Lohmiller / The Natchez Democrat — Six-year-old Tyilan Mills, from left, Kirahn Mills, 10, and Cylynthia Mills watch 2-year-old German shepherd Cyrax search for his chew toy during a demonstration by the Natchez Police Department K-9 at Judge George Armstrong Library Tuesday afternoon.
Brittney Lohmiller / The Natchez Democrat — Nine-year-old Emma Rogers, left, and Laiken Davis, 10, pet Natchez Police Department K-9, Cyrax, a 2-year-old German shepherd at Judge George Armstrong Library Tuesday afternoon. Officers Tony Godbold and Brian Seyfarth brought their dogs to show children and adults what the dogs do to help the Natchez Police Department.
Brittney Lohmiller / The Natchez Democrat — Nine-year-old Emma Rogers, left, and Laiken Davis, 10, pet Natchez Police Department K-9, Cyrax, a 2-year-old German shepherd at Judge George Armstrong Library Tuesday afternoon. Officers Tony Godbold and Brian Seyfarth brought their dogs to show children and adults what the dogs do to help the Natchez Police Department.