Irish Wolfhound Club presents catch poles and more to Wahkiakum Sheriff's Office

 

August 8, 2019

The Irish Wolfhound Club of Puget Island (IFCPI) presented the Wahkiakum County Sheriff's Department two animal catch poles for use in controlling pets during rescues and emergencies. The club is facilitating the acquisition of three sets of animal oxygen masks for the county's emergency vehicles to be provided by the Invisible Fence's "Project Breathe" pet oxygen program. The remainder of the $500 gift will go to support the drug dog program. L-r are Sheriff Mark Howie, Undersheriff Gary Howell, drug dog Dakota, Judy Brawn, board member of the IFCPI who presented the gift, Howard Brawn and Misty RIvers Valley Girl. Courtesy photo.


 

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