Bromley police puppy walkers needed

Bromley police with police puppies at The Glades

Bromley police with police puppies at The Glades


Would you like to become a puppy walker for Bromley police?

Volunteers take a puppy into their homes for between six and eight months and attend the dog school for regular assessment days.

A police spokesman said: “The Met provides all the food and pays for all veterinary bills. Puppy walkers give their puppy a firm foundation for its later training.”

To qualify, there needs to be a responsible adult at home most of the day and you must have a secure garden. You also need your own transport and be happy to have your house “turned upside down” by a small pup.

For more information contact Sgt Russ Jackson on 0208 649 1625 or email

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