Pre-schoolers taught about safety

2017-06-01 06:02
PHOTO: suppliedWarrant Officer Rommel da Rosa and his search and rescue dog Bear (right) with Lilliput Pre-school pupils.

PHOTO: suppliedWarrant Officer Rommel da Rosa and his search and rescue dog Bear (right) with Lilliput Pre-school pupils.

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PORT Shepstone K9 partners, Warrant Officer Rommel da Rosa and his search and rescue dog, Bear, spent some time recently at Lilliput Pre-school in Umtentweni recently. Warrant Officer da Rosa warned the little ones about missing children and advised them to not talk to strangers and always tell their parents where they are. He also spoke about the wrongs of bullying.

Bear’s search and rescue skills were put to the test when one of the children hid behind a tree and Bear eagerly went off searching for the boy. The children received informative colouring books from the SAPS and had the opportunity to give Bear a hug. – Supplied.

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