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dogwatch

either of two two-hour watches aboard ship, from four to six p.m. or from six to eight p.m
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The council is following best practice, as North West Leicestershire District Council won the MJ Trading Standards and Environmental Health Award in 2016 for their Dog Watch scheme, which includes window stickers.
Ruth said: "We have staff across the district every day doing a variety of jobs and it makes real sense for them to help spread our Dog Watch message.
Valerie Lawson makes her solo poetry debut in "Dog Watch", a labor of intensive love from a poet who put hours upon hours into this anthology, and has won awards from the Cambridge Poetry Awards, Best Poetry Troupe from Doc Brown's Traveling Poetry Show, and has traveled to Europe to study and improve her craft, and all of this shows in her anthology "Dog Watch".
I met with two councillors to discuss the Dogwatch scheme, and was advised to set up the scheme, register members and also log all reports made by Dog watch.
And here I sit, laptop dominated by the lapping waves, watching the sun rise in promise of a glorious day, listening to the birds waken, watching the dog watch the chipmunk, sipping my coffee, feeling that allis right with the world, not at all tempted to think of my next business trip to Toronto.
There are new signs appearing across the council area, warning people they are in a dog watch area.
Dog Watch Rural is the latest strand of the council's environmental protection team's Dog Watch project, which this year specifically tackled issues faced by the farmers in the district.
Denise, who is also a coordinator of city charity Dog Watch, and has three rescue dogs of her own, next has in her sights benefits cheats and income tax dodgers cashing in on breeding.
DOG WATCH: Don't leave your dog unattended UP AND AWAY: Protect your pet by making sure boundaries are secure
The new measures follow the launch of the council's new "Dog Watch" scheme last month, which allows residents to patrol their streets in high-visibility vests, acting as a 'deterrent' to those considering not cleaning up after their pooches.