Williamson County Schools could soon be getting its first-ever therapy dog

WILLIAMSON COUNTY, Tenn. (WZTV) — A school district in Middle Tennessee could soon be getting its first-ever therapy dog. Nashville K-9 has been working with the Williamson County Sheriff’s Office in a joint effort to train Bolo—an 18-month-old Lagotto Romagnolo—for Williamson County Schools. “This dog is a therapy dog that will help kids process their day-to-day stressors,”…

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Meet Bolo, the new therapy dog for Williamson County Schools, Franklin Special

FRANKLIN, Tenn. (WTVF) — The Williamson County Sheriff’s Office is welcoming a new member to the team: Bolo the dog. “It kind of makes sense, it’s law enforcement related: ‘be on the look out’,” said Sgt. Jacob Morley. Complete with his own badge, Bolo is charged with bringing smiles to all he meets. He’ll be…

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Williamson County Schools gets first therapy dog

WILLIAMSON COUNTY, Tenn. (WKRN) – Williamson County school resource officers have a new tool working to help troubled kids and anxious students. It’s a four footed pup who is now the school district’s first therapy dog. The 18-month-old dog’s name is Biolo, or BOLO for short; he’s a Lagotto Romangnolo, an Italian truffle hunting dog.…

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Williamson County K-9 helps Internet Crimes Task Force indict 15 people over summer

WILLIAMSON COUNTY, Tenn. (WKRN) — It can take as little as a few seconds for an eight-year-old black lab name Remi to sniff out an SD card or even a cell phone. “Remi looks for electronic devices that may be hidden,” said Lee Eaves. Eaves is Remi’s handler The two met four years ago when…

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Dickson Child Advocacy mourns service dog loss, new recruit joins team

The Child Advocacy Center for the 23rd Judicial District, which includes Dickson county, recently lost its faithful service dog. Pavlov, a Labrador and Golden Retriever mix that was known throughout the local community, recently died. Now, three-year-old Duke is joining the team as a service dog. Pavlov helped to comfort children who were involved in traumatic…

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Keeping Pets Safe on July 4th

Ali gave tips on how to keep your pets calm and safe during the July 4th fireworks celebrations. For more information, contact your veterinarian. To contact Nashville K-9 for questions or dog training services, go to www.nashvillek9.com or call (615) 283-7100. Nashville K-9 is located at 1415 Liberty Pike, Franklin, TN.

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K-9 trainers in Middle Tennessee teaching dogs how to find people stuck in rubble

FRANKLIN, TN (WSMV) – As a frantic mission to uncover any survivors continues in Miami after this week’s tragic condo collapse – included in those efforts are K-9’s that specialize in finding people in rubble. News 4 had a chance Friday to talk to a K-9 trainer in Middle Tennessee who trains dogs like the…

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Keeping Your Dog Calm and Under Control

Katie gave tips on how to train your dog to keep calm and in control when passing another dog. To see more online dog training videos, go to www.coachfido.com. For information on how to get your pet professionally trained by a Nashville K-9 trainer, visit www.NashvilleK9.com or call (615) 438-2602.

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Long Leash Training

Vafa showed how to get your dog to come when called by long leash training. To see more of Nashville K-9’s dog training videos, go to www.coachfido.com. For information on how to get your pet professionally trained by a Nashville K-9 trainer, visit www.NashvilleK9.com or call (615) 438-2602.

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Teaching Your Dog to NOT Jump

Katie gave tips on how to keep your dog from jumping up to greet you or guests. To see more online dog training videos go to www.coachfido.com. For information on how to get your pet professionally trained by a Nashville K-9 trainer, visit www.NashvilleK9.com or call (615)438-2602.

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