K9 Bravery Award "Scotland's K9 Bravery Award" officially launches and opens for entries today
Do you know a dog which has acted in a brave or courageous way? If so we would love for you to enter and be in with a chance of winning our new Award.
Many years ago back in 1957 the Society awarded a similar medal to a working Border Collie, called Scot who saved his farming owners life from an Ayrshire Bull which attacked him whilst working in a field. Scot managed to hold the bull at bay until his owner managed to crawl to safety under a fence.
Another dog which was award a Bravery Scroll in the 90’s from the Society was Kai, the German Shepherd. He was out walking with his owner through Leith Links and would not return to his owner when called. His owner went to investigate why Kai would not return and found a gentleman lying on the ground. He had been there for some time in freezing weather. Thanks to Kai alerting his owner an ambulance was called and the gentleman went on to make a steady recovery.
You can download more information and an application pack below or you can contact Clare by email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Entries must be received by close of 1st October 2021 and winners announced 25th October 2021
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