You can help the RCMP name these future police dogs - InfoNews

Current Conditions

-6.9°C

You can help the RCMP name these future police dogs

These puppies are from the first litter to be born at the Police Dog Services Training Centre this year in Alberta.
Image Credit: RCMP website
February 14, 2020 - 2:30 PM

Canada's national police force is asking for the public’s help in naming the next crop of police dogs.

The chosen names will be given to 13 German shepherd puppies born at the police dog service training centre in Innisfail, Alta., according to an RCMP media release.

The 13 children whose names are chosen will each receive a laminated photo of the puppy they named, a plush dog named Justice and a RCMP water bottle.

Names must begin with the letter N, have no more than nine letters, and be one or two syllables.

Contestants must live in Canada and be four to 14 years old. Only one entry per child will be eligible and all entries must be received by Wednesday, March 25.

Contest winners will be announced on April 29 on the RCMP website and social media.

For information on how to enter the contest, visit the RCMP website here.

The contest is open to children across Canada.
The contest is open to children across Canada.
Image Credit: RCMP website

To contact a reporter for this story, email Karen Edwards or call (250) 819-3723 or email the editor. You can also submit photos, videos or news tips to the newsroom and be entered to win a monthly prize draw.

We welcome your comments and opinions on our stories but play nice. We won't censor or delete comments unless they contain off-topic statements or links, unnecessary vulgarity, false facts, spam or obviously fake profiles. If you have any concerns about what you see in comments, email the editor in the link above. 

News from © iNFOnews, 2020
iNFOnews

  • Popular vernon News
  • Comments
  • New mountain highway proposed between Red Deer and Kamloops
    An Alberta development group is pitching the idea of a new highway linking central Alberta to B.C. cutting through the mountains and a section of Banff National Park. The Central Alberta Eco
  • Kamloops firefighter back at work after co-workers saved his life
    Four months after his co-workers saved his life, a Kamloops firefighter is back at work. Mike Silva has been working with Kamloops Fire Rescue for 15 years and was enjoying some time off in
  • Pier 1 closing all of its stores in Canada
    Pier 1 Imports, Inc. announced today that it has entered into bankruptcy protection and is pursuing a sale. The retailer  commenced voluntary Chapter 11 proceedings in the U.S. Bankrupt
  • West Kelowna's Bull Mountain glistens for its close-up
    It’s not a secret that West Kelowna’s family ski hill is getting infused with new life. Bull Mountain Adventure Park is being built on the remnants of Crystal Mountain Resort, an
  • Vernon family captures mesmerizing melting ice
    A Vernon family was on their way home from Kelowna when they made a pit stop after noticing a beautiful scene along Wood Lake. Matthew Royal and his daughters noticed how “cool”
View Site in: Desktop | Mobile