Fen eye - Pupils find out it's a dogs life

PUBLISHED: 11:43 10 March 2006 | UPDATED: 21:46 28 May 2010

Terry Ball with pupils from Manea Primary School

Terry Ball with pupils from Manea Primary School

PUPILS at Manea Primary School pictured with the Council's dog warden Terry Ball after his talk about his interesting job. Terry talked to the youngsters about his work as warden, what it involved, why he needed to pick up stray dogs and the best ways to

PUPILS at Manea Primary School pictured with the Council's dog warden Terry Ball after his talk about his interesting job.Terry talked to the youngsters about his work as warden, what it involved, why he needed to pick up stray dogs and the best ways to be a responsible dog owner. He demonstrated the council's poop scoop bags and told the children that he spends a lot of his time talking to dog owners explaining how important it is to clear up after their pets.The pupils asked Terry many questions including how to make sure their pets at home are happy and healthy.


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