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Northamptonshire Police dogs raise more than ₤ 2,500 through calendar for charity

The calendar has raised thousands.
The calendar has actually raised thousands.
A fundraising calendar including four-legged heroes from Northamptonshire Police has actually raised more than ₤ 2,500 for a dog well-being charity.

In 2020, the force launched a dog calendar that was well gotten and raised cash for The National Police Dog Memorial.

After taking a break in 2021 due to the fact that of Covid, the group chose it would be excellent to assemble another calendar for 2022 in order to raise funds for the Thin Blue Paw Foundation – a nationwide dog well-being charity that commemorates, secures and supports working and retired cops dogs throughout the entire of the UK.

The force’s cops dogs include in action on a monthly basis of the calendar and the images utilized were taken by a PCSO who is likewise an eager professional photographer.

So far, the calendar has actually raised more than ₤ 2,500 for the charity, which likewise supplies financial backing to the owners of the retired cops dogs who get no financial backing once they have actually retired and this can be extremely tough to guarantee due to their working lives.

PC Lucy Sculthorpe, who is a Northamptonshire Police dog handler, assisted arrange the calendar. She stated: “Two retired dogs from our unit are supported by the Thin Blue Paw Foundation: RPD Harper and RPD Redd. Both had required ongoing treatment which has been funded by the charity and we wanted to give something back to say ‘thank you’.

“We produced another calendar for 2022 after lots of requests from members of the public, not just in Northamptonshire but across the country and even from abroad. We sent orders to America, Australia, Canada and New Zealand.

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“The calendar has been a huge success and we’ve been able to donate more than £2,500 to the Thin Blue Paw Foundation.”

The charity likewise supported PD Nala who regretfully died quickly after existing with a Thin Blue Paw Lifetime Achievement award for her work within policing.

Nala’s leading dog as charity salutes Northamptonshire PD with life time accomplishment …

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Gemma Wardell, charity trustee, met Chief Constable Nick Adderley and Northamptonshire Police, Crime & & Fire commissioner Stephen Mold on September 6 to accept the contribution formally at a discussion held at Darby House in Wellingborough.

PD Ebby and PD Frankie existed to provide the cheque, accompanied by their handler, PC Ash Price.

Gemma stated: “We’re incredibly grateful to everyone who organised the calendar, had their photos taken, and bought one to hang on their wall. Every pound helps us to support ex-police dogs in their retirements and ensure they have access to the very best veterinary care, medication and treatment.”

Chief Constable Adderley included: “The Thin Blue Paw Foundation provide support for veterinary and rehabilitation treatment to both our serving and retired police dogs, and we hope that the money raised can help them continue the good work they already do.”

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Stephen Mold continued: “Police dogs play an important role in keeping the county safe; fighting crime and protecting the people of Northamptonshire. It is right that we do what we can to support these four-legged heroes to ensure they live happy and healthy lives whilst in service and once retired.”

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I'm the editor for Pet News 2Day. I also a dog groomer for almost 5 years plus work along side my wife with her dog walking business too so I really understand the pet industry.

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