Schultz, who had served with the Gloucester Township force since 2008, received a full police memorial service on Thursday, complete with a bagpipe band and a rifle salute.
The 3 1/2-year-old German shepherd was killed after it sank its teeth into the forearm of a robbery suspect it had tracked by scent for a half-mile.
Authorities say 20-year-old Skyler Robinson swung his arm and Schultz was thrown into the path of a car on Nov. 30. Robinson has since been charged with the dog's death.
Schultz will be remembered on a new memorial for the town's police dogs.