A dog that has retired after 11 years of serving his local community in Cockburn and nearby areas.
– Cockburn’s longest serving service dog has retired
– The dog has served for 11 years
– The dog and his owner will receive awards
Last month, the Department of Fire and Emergency Services’ Urban Search and Rescue team’s Canine Unit has retired their longest serving dog named Zena.
Having served for the department for 11 years, Zena, under the guidance of his handler and owner, attended multiple incidents including the 2010 King Park mudslides and had deployments for cyclones in Western Australia.
Zena was only three months old when his owner got him and from there she went through rigorous training before beginning her long career as a service dog. Both Zena and his owner will receive plaques for their outstanding service.
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Click here to read the complete amazing story of Zena the service dog by Belinda Cipriano. – https://www.communitynews.com.au