Police dog Bowser looking for a new home

Ross Bryant
Ross Bryant

PD Bowser, age seven, is retiring at the end of the year. After many years of loyal service Bowser has a tail or two to tell.

The police dog has served with Firearms officers, maintained public order and has even tracked high-risk missing people.

“Ideally we would like to re-home him in Devon”, said Alison Cruwys of Devon and Cornwall Police. “We always visit the house to make sure its suitable so keeping him in Devon would be ideal.

‘He’s a really level-headed character, which is why he works with Firearms officers. He currently lives in a family with 2 children, so he’s used to families.”

Bowser currently lives with his trainer but due to a change in circumstances, he now needs a new home to enjoy his retirement.

“He’s a beautiful boy,” added Alison. “He can be slightly wary of other dogs, he’s not aggressive but that may need some work in getting him used to seeing other dogs when on walks.”

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