Every day, we go through and review a
And that includes checking out loads of videos which feature service animals, from around the world, doing what they love doing!
Service animals, with their unique talents and skills, form the backbone of the emergency services and they really are a part of the huge emergency services family.
And whilst you will probably see videos of these majestic creatures in action, you probably won’t see as many videos of these four-legged-opps enjoying a bit of down time.
And that’s why we produce these ‘VLOGs’ which feature video clips of service animals not only ‘working’ and training, but also enjoying a bit of down time too.
Although, we must confess that in this video, there is a clip not of a service dog, but instead of a dog that was rescued after being tied to a post by a heartless human being.
Anyway, we hope that you enjoy this short video and please feel free to share with any of your family or friends who are also animal lovers.
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