dog officer

dog officer

n.
One appointed or elected to impound stray dogs.
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Opportunities include crime scene investigations; SWAT; and becoming a pilot, police dog officer, investigator, motorcycle officer, or safety education officer on patrol to name a few.
A position as dog officer in his hometown is the only job he can find, and it means returning to neighborhood scorn and mistrust his father earned a reputation as the town drunk, and his brother became a drug dealer.
The dog officer was contacted and was on the way to the location.
Attempt was made to contact the dog officer, there was no answer and unable to leave a message.
Left message with the dog officer and animal inspector.
9:29 p.m.: Parker Road, resident wanted to talk to the dog officer about her neighbor's dog.
3:46 p.m.: Brewer Road, two dogs found, dog officer notified.
10:39 a.m.: South Main Street, dogs inside a vehicle, dog officer called.
5:13 a.m.: South Street, dead cat in the road; dog officer called.
7:31 p.m.: Mill Street Extension, dog found, dog officer notified
12:06 p.m.: Still River Road, collie loose, dog officer called.
4:01 p.m.: Seven Bridge Road, dogs running loose; dog officer called.