Security dog trainer is looking to sniff out volunteers to help with sessions being held in Wisbech
Volunteers are needed next week in Fenland to help with training sniffer dogs of the future.
Philip Bower, who owns and runs Crown Canine Security Solutions, regularly runs training sessions for dogs that go on to work with the police, the prison service, private security and even helping to sniff out bombs.
He is appealing for volunteers to help with the latest sessions that will run over three days at the Queen Mary Centre in Wisbech and will feature Brax and his handler Doug and also Todd and his handler Lisa.
He said: "I currently have a great bunch of people who assist me by being 'sniffed' by the dogs that I train, but it is always nice to have some new faces. The dogs go on to work with police, Prison Service or private security teams to detect drugs, pyrotechnics and firearms."
The sessions being held next week were postponed from last month after Philip contracted Covid and was forced to self-isolate.
They will start on Monday (17) and there's still time to join in the fun, which starts from 9.30am to 12pm and from 1.15pm to 2.30pm over three days: Monday, Tuesday and Thursday (17,18 and 20). To join in contact Philip through his company's Facebook page Crown Canine search volunteers.
Philip promises refreshments, fun and a bit of banter.
Or you can put your name down to help with future sessions.