As one of 4 finalists in the Leadership in the Private Sector category of the prestigious 2019 Leading Wales Awards® Ceri Rundle was invited to attend a judging panel on Friday July 12th at the Hilton Cardiff.
The Leading Wales Awards® were developed by a consortium of professional institutes, voluntary and public sector bodies as well as private companies. The Awards seek to identify, recognise and celebrate personal achievement in outstanding leadership in Wales.
This final stage – having been selected from shortlisted candidates from businesses as diverse as engineering and data – saw Ceri interviewed by a panel of 4 including 2 previous winners.
With a theme in this year of “Daring to Lead®” the judging criteria had sought individuals in Wales whose leadership is courageous, inspirational and transformational.
Ceri whose background took her from breeding, working and trialling her Border Collies to developing her own brand of natural food, treats and herbs for working and active dogs says, “My husband Phil and I are looking forward to attending the awards ceremony on September the 26th…in such strong competition who knows the final outcome, but it has been an honour to have progressed to the final 4!”
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As well as our normal air scenting search dogs, we are at Crufts, promoting the new Search Dog Heroes project with Missing People. This Search Dog Heroes project will deliver awareness to thousands of families nationally whose loved-ones are living with dementia, learning disabilities or mental health problems; all of which are linked with high risk disappearances, by delivering educational tools to advise on how to prevent disappearances and how to prepare for them. This includes how to capture a person’s scent and safely store it in case the worse happens, through a designed scent toolkit.
Thank you again for your kind donations to Second Chances.
Between both Tayside events we were thrilled to raise £476.74. The
Dundee show was unusually quiet, possibly the rotten weather forecast
put competitors off travelling from far away. We were lucky though and
had no rain at all :-) With Dundee being quieter than usual we have
several lovely prizes left, but they will be used in our very first
Christmas prize draw, so nothing will go to waste.
I shall forward you on our autumn/winter newsletter when it comes out.
Thank you again for your support, we couldn't fundraise without the
generosity of companies like CSJ. You are wonderful.
Jenny Brown, a very successful canicrosser does amazing work searching for lost dogs with her dogs Tiga and Yogi.
In the photo, you can see a beagle being reunited with her owners after Tiga found her.
“If you have a box of tissues just look at the video clip of a Dooley a puggle we helped over the phone to reunite after 13 days – I was grounded with a broken hand and so advised Dooley all the way back! You can hear their 2 year old son guiding him back!” Go to the K9Tracker page on facebook
“Dooley the elusive Puggle, went missing for 12 days, so many sightings, so many times you ran scared, so many miles you covered until experience took control. Your owners listened, you were then allowed to chill and stayed in one area for a few days. The stake out began and it was 2 year old Jack that was the star. He walked round singing Happy Birthday, dragged Dooleys lead in one hand and a fist full of chicken in the other and it wasnt long before Dooley came and ate the chicken – game over!
Tiga and Yogi are still totally amazing me – a beagle was put in a horsebox at the beginning of a journey, by the end of the journey the beagle was not in the box but the jockey door was open. So the beagle had jumped out or fallen out somewhere along the journey. 4 days later Tiga went to track and found the beagle safe!
“Yogi tracked a lakeland terrier to a badger sett and shouted down it – a few hours later the dog came out!” Jenny Brown
Look out for Jenny Brown and Tiga at a new event in Hampshire in August and in Kent in September 2016. They are raising awareness in remembrance of Si & Cush’s charity war dogs.
We had a great day with Berkshire Search & Rescue team, when they came to visit us, as their sponsors, this month.
Here are some photographs taken by Chris Birchall of some of the members of the Berkshire Search & Rescue team who recently completed the 4 Paws 3 Peaks walk to raise funds for the amazing work they do. Berkshire Search and Rescue Team assist Lowland Search & Rescue Teams, the police and other emergency services in locating lost or missing vulnerable people. They provide highly trained volunteers and are available 24/7. Find out more: http://www.k9-sar.com/