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2 trained rescue dogs assigned to QC's Task Force Disiplina
QCitizens can rest assured that the Task Force Disiplina has a new ally in maintaining order in the city's streets. Two of the trained rescue dogs of the QC Veterinary Department, Hero and Chow, have been assigned to work alongside the city's disciplinary force.
Hero and Chow were among the rescued dogs of the QCVD. They underwent a thorough assessment by veterinarians and were trained to become community service animals that will help in patrolling the city's streets.
According to the QCVD, Hero and Chow are part of more than 60 trained rescued animals of the city that have been assigned to various law and order agencies and institutions. Some of them are already serving the QC Police District, MRT stations, and barangay halls.
These trained rescue dogs are valuable assets in maintaining peace and order in the city. They are trained to detect illegal substances, locate missing persons, and provide assistance in rescue operations during calamities. With their keen sense of smell and excellent hearing, they can detect unusual activities and alert their handlers.
The addition of Hero and Chow to the Task Force Disiplina will definitely boost the city's efforts in maintaining discipline and order in public places. Their presence will not only help in ensuring that people follow the rules, but will also serve as a reminder for everyone to be responsible pet owners and show compassion towards animals.
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