Royal College of Physicians to host Metropolitan Police dog training

The Royal College of Physicians (RCP) will host the Metropolitan Police dogs support unit for a number of training dates during March. The training has been held at the venue for the past three years.

The series of training dates will take place on a weekly basis commencing on 3 March when the venue will welcome several teams of trainee dogs and their handlers.

Donating the space free of charge, the RCP team help to support the training of the local police unit who will use the venue for dog search challenges outside of the venue’s usual working hours.

The intensive dog training involves teaching the animals to search for objects hidden in the building, following a specific scent.

“We are delighted that we can support the police dog training here at RCP,” says Sales and Marketing Manager, Natacha Allen. “It’s always great to see how dedicated the dogs are and we’re proud to have been chosen as the training venue.”

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