New Zealand Dog News

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April 26, 2008

Danny is dogs' best friend and lifesaver


A teen aiming to be a policeman may have a career as a police dog handler after saving five pups dumped in a Te Puke stream.
I know that this is just a way of journalist to make a nice story, but what's the correlation between saving pups and being an effective dog handler?

Danny Steer, 17, has been credited with saving the lives of at least two of the blue heeler-cross puppies, which he found yelping in Ohineangaanga Stream in the Bay of Plenty town on Monday.
The Te Puke High School year 12 pupil had finished a five-hour shift at Bayliss Packhouse just after 11pm when he heard the dogs.
"I ran over and saw these three puppies half out of the water," he said. "I pulled them out and put them on the grass and then saw two more trying to climb out." MORE>>

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