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Gorgeous police force puppies are looking for foster homes

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If you’ve ever spotted a working dog and had to fight the urge to ruffle their ears, then good news: a group of these brave pups are looking for foster homes.

By Natasha James

Published on the 17/12/2020, 09:00, Updated on the 08/02/2021, 13:23

There are few things more impressive than a working police dog. But even the most heroic of dogs start life as adorable fluffy puppies, and some of these future brave boys and girls are looking for foster homes.

If you love puppies and have space in your home to raise a pup for the next year or so then you may be very interested in this story indeed!

Could you foster a police pup in training?

West Midlands police are looking for foster homes for the next batch of brave police puppers.

The puppies will stay with their mum until they’re 8 weeks old and then move onto their foster home until they’re 14 months.

Potential police pup parents will be required to attend weekly training sessions for the first eight weeks and the dogs will have regular assessments throughout the year. There will also have games and exercises to carry out at home with the pups to ensure their continued development.

Work hard to make hard-working dogs

There will be a structured development plan to work to and as well as homing and raising an adorable pup, foster parents could also be playing a part in helping the police to keep the city safe.

If you live in the Coventry area and are interested then find out more at the West Midlands Police website.

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