The Savannah Police Department has just welcomed their newest member, and it’s not a human! Meet “Goose”, the SPD’s newest therapy dog. Goose is a 11 week old Labrador puppy, who will be providing emotional support and comfort to those in need in the Savannah community. In this blog post, we’ll be taking a closer look at Goose and how he will be making a difference in the lives of many.
Introducing Goose, the newest member of the Savannah Police Department
We’re excited to announce the newest member of the Savannah Police Department: Goose the therapy dog! Goose is a black Labrador Retriever that has been specifically trained to provide comfort and support to individuals in a variety of situations. Goose is the first therapy dog to join the ranks of a police department, and the Savannah Police Department is proud to be the first to introduce such a valuable asset to its team.
Goose is helping to reduce anxiety and stress in those who come into contact with police. Whether it’s victims of crime, or individuals in distress, Goose has been trained to provide a calming presence in stressful situations. This can be an invaluable asset for those who may be feeling overwhelmed or scared.
The Savannah Police Department is excited to welcome Goose on board and looks forward to the positive impact it will have on the community. We’re confident that Goose will be a valuable addition to the team, and help us to better serve our community.
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