The fact that your dog loves you unconditionally is a good thing most of the time. Even if you're a terrible person, your dog thinks you're the best. Every now and then that can backfire.

On Wednesday, police in Prattville, Alabama showed up at the house of a suspected meth dealer named Edwin Henderson.

Edwin bolted out the backdoor and they lost him when he ran into a 25-foot ravine behind his house. But then they noticed Edwin's dog, a pit bull-husky mix named Bo. One of the cops told him to, "go get him," like it was a game.

So Bo ran down into the ravine and two cops followed him. Then he stopped in some tall weeds and started wagging his tail, right where Edwin was hiding.

(Prattville Police Department)

It turns out Edwin was running a meth lab out of his house. He's charged with failure to obey police, unlawful manufacturing of a controlled substance, and possession of drug paraphernalia.

It's not clear who's taking care of Bo now, but a K-9 officer gave him a few dog treats for helping them out.

(Prattville Police Department)