SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) — Four-legged members of the Sacramento County Sheriff’s Department have a new job — they’re furry calendar models.

Dogs from the department’s K9 unit are featured in a 2011 calendar designed to raise funds for the nonprofit Sacramento Sheriff K9 Association.

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A 3-year-old German shepherd named Ronin is Mr. June. He’s shown posing dramatically with his handler on the bank of the American River as a sheriff’s helicopter hovers overhead.

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The Sacramento Bee says the $20 calendars are available from the K9 association website. The money raised will help pay training costs for working dogs and medical costs for retired animals.

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