Crawley Council Community Wardens has for the seventh time in row, been awarded gold standard in the Community Animal Welfare Footprints scheme (CAWF).
The Stray Dogs Footprint award shows the warden’s skills and commitment to making sure stray dogs receive the best possible care from start to finish, including kennelling and swift treatment of sick and injured dogs.
Since first achieving this award in 2009 the animal loving Community Wardens have kept up their dedication to maintaining and improving their high animal welfare standards, which now includes offering free dog microchipping on a regular basis.
The RSPCA said, “It is encouraging to see the Crawley Borough Council have continued to provide a good level of service to stray dogs in the area.”
Continuing this, Cabinet member for Environmental services and Sustainability, Councillor Colin Lloyd said “The Community Wardens work is very significant in our local communities. It is excellent to see them once again achieving recognition from the RSPCA for their work with stray dogs.”
For more information on the work of the Community Wardens, visit www.crawley.gov.uk/communitywardens
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