Jane Owen is once again battling the best Great Britain can throw at her – this time taking on the infamous 3 Peaks in just a 24 hour period.
Having recently completed the Birmingham half marathon, Jane is once again putting on her outdoor gear to brave the elements, all in support of the Retired WM Police Dog Benevolent Fund.
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Retired Police Dogs Zeb and Dusty are just two of the reasons why Jane Owen has chosen to run the Birmingham Half Marathon in October and help raise much needed funds for the West Midlands Retired Police Dogs.
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It’s a tough life out on the streets keeping the West Midlands safe. Our dogs deserve the very best in retirement. This is the sort of thing they face day in, day out. “Police Dog stabbed in the face with scissors”
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With 440 arrests in four years, he could never be accused of softly-softly policing. Not least because, as his admiring colleagues put it, he just loves ‘sinking his teeth into criminals’. But all good things come to an end and now Janus, a Belgian Malinois police dog, is retiring at the grand old age of nine and a half.
With the slogan #policedogpensioners send in your photo entries which epitomizes a PD Pensioner. How about a PD walking with a walking stick? Post your photos on our facebook page & use your imagination.
Wednesfield Community Day at Ashmore Park, 27th July. We’ve been invited along if anyone is able to help support it? Any kind of dogs operational & puppies!!
As part of the Launch Day, we’ll also be looking to run a set of dog related educational seminars. Open to the general public/dog professionals. Cost £TBC