Wokingham Borough Council’s animal warden is pick of the litter after scooping the prestigious national Dog Warden of the Year 2008 award.
Mandy Dorman, who has worked as the council’s animal warden for nine years, was shocked to discover she had won the most notable trophy in the industry on Monday October 13, as she had no idea her name had been put forward for the National Dog Warden Association’s (NDWA) accolade.
The news of the award was broken to a stunned Mandy via a phone call from the NDWA’s 25th annual awards ceremony in Cheshire.
Mandy, who recently set up the borough’s Dog & Bone text scheme – which is the very first missing pet-text scheme to be launched in the country, and runs the council’s missing dog gallery to reunite lost dogs with their owners, was nominated for the award for her hard work and sheer dedication. The committee and members [...]
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