In Montana, Rabbi Chaim Bruk has found a calling. There are horse whispers and bird callers. Rabbi Bruk is a dog translator. His new position with the Helena Police Department involves a certain German Shepard named Miky and a group of confused goyum officers.
The police department brought Miky from Israel after it was trained by the Israeli Defense Forces as a bomb sniffing dog. The problem? He was trained in Hebrew and, despite buying a Hebrew dictionary to give commands, Miky would just stare at the officers struggling to say something like “Hi’ sha’ er” (stay!) or Ch’pess (search!). That is when Officer John Fosket cornered the Rabbi after spotting him at the Capitol and begged him to teach him to say a few words in Hebrew correctly. He has done so and is now on call for any emergency translation problems.
The problem is, now that communications have been established, Miky has asked for Hannakah and Passover off and answers all questions with questions.
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