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Canine Volunteers act as our eyes and ears to report any dog control issues to us.
Our volunteers also have the ability to talk to dog owners about responsible dog ownership and reward good behaviour.
Any resident of Preston (you do not need to own a dog).
Canine volunteers make observations when they are walking around in their area and report any issues to our Dog Control Team.
If the volunteer is happy to do so, they will be given training to approach and educate dog walkers in the city and have a friendly chat.
Volunteers will also be able to give a small reward to dog owners who are acting responsibly.
You will need to attend a training session that lasts for approximately one hour and includes:
The training will be held in a venue in your neighbourhood and will have other local residents present.
You will receive:
The Canine Volunteers will be able to receive assistance and advice from the Dog Control Team as well as take part in pre-arranged patrols with the Dog Control Team.
We have Canine Volunteers that walk regularly in:
Volunteers are not limited to these areas and can talk to people wherever they are in Preston.
If you are interested in becoming a Canine Volunteer please contact us firstname.lastname@example.org 01772 906907.
Our Dog Control Team arrange to meet and greet the Canine volunteers and accompany them on a group walk in their local areas. Local residents are encouraged to join these gathering so that dog control issues can be discussed with the Dog Control Team and Canine Volunteers.
If you require help with something in this section, please contact us.