Trains to Wimbledon
It’s no key that Andy Murray is a self-confessed enthusiast of puppies. But exactly how would he get on with education six-week-old puppies?
In a fun short film from Wimbledon and WWF, Andy is put to your test with five cocker spaniel pups, on only their 2nd getaway in training to become sniffer puppies for the Metropolitan Police provider.
“We’ve introduced various brand new recruits to help you teach for people, ” states the authorities Officer in control.
Sitting on Wimbledon’s famous Hill, Murray is up against the puppies chewing his hands, footwear laces and running around him in circles, before settling on their favourite.
“I think this one’s prepared, ” Murray states. “He listens to me.”
As part of their role as an international ambassador the WWF, Murray is giving support to the education of sniffer dogs to break down on poaching in Nepal, whilst the Metropolitan Police Service’s sniffer dogs perform a very important part at The Championships each year.
“Sniffer dogs do an incredible job whether it’s maintaining us safe and sound only at Wimbledon, or battling wildlife crime in Nepal, ” stated Murray. “WWF’s preservation work supports these dedicated and skilled animals and trainers to assist protect a few of the most iconic, however threatened, species on our world. I’m truly wishing that whilst We battle it out on court this summer - people will get in on the battle to help combat the worldwide dilemma of wildlife criminal activity.”