Unless you are a criminal or unless you do not like animals, then chances are that you have a special place in your heart for service animals (we certainly do!)
The emergency services would be far less effective were it not for our four-legged friends and their selfless dedication to their duty.
These brave and fearless creatures are often the first on-scene (with their handlers of course) at incidents which are extremely dangerous.
Not only that, but police dogs (aka ‘Land Sharks’) have also been responsible for finding countless high-risk missing people.
So every week-or-so, our team puts together a collage of our favourite clips which we have seen from across the internet.
If you aren’t a fan of these fantastic animals at the moment, then I am pretty sure that you will be having watched the video below.
If you are in the emergency services and you have a video that you would like us to share, then either message directly, email us (firstname.lastname@example.org) or find us on twitter (@ES_news_)
And don’t forget, that we have listed the social media (Twitter) accounts for each of the handles from which we have shared a video, so make sure you give them a follow:
If you have a story, video or one-off blog that you would like to share with us, then you can contact our team of former emergency services & armed forces personnel either through our Facebook page, via Twitter ( @ES_News_ ) or you can contact us via email: email@example.com
If you run or manage a ‘job’ social media account and you would like us to share one of your stories then send us a tweet or a message!
If you would like to write an article that you would like us to share (it can be about anything to do with the emergency services / NHS) whether you serve in the emergency services / NHS or whether you are a member of the public who has had a good experience with the emergency services, then feel free to contact our team; anonymously if you prefer.
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