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11/8 Join ACTS for Explosive Detection Dog Demonstration

Assistance Canine Training Services (ACTS) is thrilled to invite the community to a captivating

showcase of courage and skill featuring an Explosive Detection Dog Team.

The event will take place on Wednesday, November 8, 2023, at 5:30 p.m. at the

Telling Tails Training Center, located at 2928 East Conway Road, Center

Conway, NH.

Don't miss this exciting opportunity to witness ACTS' remarkable Explosive

Detection Dog, Halo, in action, and learn about her critical contributions

to our safety and security. Halo, an Explosive Detection Dog, has been

trained to protect our communities from potential threats, making her a

true hero in our midst.

Explosive Detection Dog, Halo with MSA Security handler, Kevin Crowley and ACTS puppy raiser, Olivia McPhee.

Presented by Kevin Crowley, an MSA Security handler, former Nashua NH

police officer, and experienced explosive detection professional, this

event promises to be an enlightening experience for all attendees. Kevin

Crowley will provide unique insights into the world of Explosive Detection

Dogs, their training, and the technology used to equip them for their

lifesaving missions.





Event Highlights:

  • Meet the Hero - Get up close and personal with our four-legged hero, Halo, and her dedicated handler, Kevin Crowley. Learn about their extensive training and the vital work they do to keep our communities safe.

  • Live Explosive Detection Demonstration - Witness Halo's incredible abilities as she detects hidden explosives with precision and speed. This live demonstration will showcase the exceptional skills of this talented canine.

  • Educational Insights - Gain valuable insights into the training techniques and technology used to equip these remarkable dogs for their lifesaving missions. Learn about the challenges they face and the successes they achieve in the field.

  • Q&A Session - Have your questions answered by an expert in explosive detection, Kevin Crowley. This session is an excellent opportunity to learn more about the dogs' roles, their training, and the critical challenges they encounter in their line of duty.

Admission to this event is FREE and open to the public. We encourage

attendees to consider making a donation to support the ongoing training and

care of Assistance Canine Training Services dogs in training.

For more information, please visit our website at www.assistancecanine.org

or contact Kathy Metz at kmetz@assistancecanine.org or (603)383-2073.




About Assistance Canine Training Services (ACTS):


At Assistance Canine Training Services, our mission is focused on raising,

training, and placing assistance dogs with individuals who face daily

challenges due to physical disabilities. We are dedicated to providing

these individuals with the support and companionship they need to navigate

their everyday lives with greater independence and confidence.


In addition to our work with assistance dogs, we also place facility dogs

in various facilities where animal-assisted therapy is utilized to aid

children and adults. These specially trained dogs play a crucial role in

providing emotional support, comfort, and assistance to individuals

receiving therapy or treatment, creating a positive and healing

environment. Learn more about ACTS and our mission at

www.assistancecanine.org.


Source: Assistance Canine Training Services (ACTS)

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