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Members of the public will be able to speak to professionals and specialists at the event in Dover

Kent Police and partner agencies are holding an animal welfare event in Dover on Friday 8 April 2022.
Members of the public will be able to speak to professionals and specialists at the event in Pencester Gardens between 10am and 3pm.
As well as a Kent Police Dog Liaison Officer, representatives of the RSPCA, The Dogs Trust, Dogs Lost UK and Crimestoppers will be present.
Kent County Council’s Community Warden, Dover District Council’s Environmental Officer and Dog Warden, and guests from animal carers AHPAW and the Artisan Rare Breeds Centre will also be available for advice.
Dog owners will be able to have their dogs chipped, as well as put questions to experts on animal welfare issues, related crimes and rescue and adoption processes.
Acting Inspector Leigh Woolnough, of Dover Community Safety Unit, said: ‘Protecting pet owners from becoming victims of crime is an important issue for Kent Police and the many partner agencies we work with.
‘I hope this event will give members of the public an opportunity to speak to a range of experts about any questions they have, and gives us and other agencies a chance to hear community concerns.’