Could you be a puppy walker for the police?

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Could you be a puppy walker for the police?

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Devon and Cornwall Police are looking for a puppy walker to look after one of their new trainee police dogs. 

Kingsbridge Police posted: "These two bundles of fluff will be joining us in a few weeks' time with a view to becoming trainee police dogs. We need another puppy walker to give a good home to one of these puppies for around a year."

You will need to attend fortnightly training sessions with the puppy in and around Exeter, so ideally need to be Devon-based, and all food, equipment and veterinary care costs are all covered by Devon and Cornwall Police.

If you are interested in the role, please contact Canine Development Officer Paul Glennon at: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

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