Myrtle Beach Fire Department dog retires after seven years of service

Myrtle Beach Fire Department dog retires after seven years of service
Tower, who served the Myrtle Beach Fire Department for seven years, has retired. (Source: Todd family)

MYRTLE BEACH, SC (WMBF) – It’s a career for one of the Myrtle Beach Fire Department’s longest-serving crew members.

According to a post on department’s Facebook page, MBFD dalmatian Tower has officially retired from the fire service.

As of March 1, Tower was adopted by an MBFD firefighter and his family. The dog spent seven years at the department’s station one, which is affectionately known as the Midtown Madhouse, according to the post.

“He will be missed greatly on shift but we’re so happy he’s already settling into retirement,” the MBFD wrote.

We’ve had lots of people in recent weeks asking us where Tower is... well, we’re happy to announce that Tower has...

Posted by Myrtle Beach Fire Department on Saturday, June 1, 2019

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