One of the workers is in charge of the camp mascot
Image by National Library of Scotland
A smiling British volunteer is pictured with the dog that acted as her regiment’s mascot. The adoption of dogs as mascots by British regiments reflects the important military roles fulfilled by dogs as far back as ancient Egyptian, Greek and Roman times, where dogs were variously used as sentries, messengers and trackers.
Although this mascot may have had a more symbolic purpose, dogs did fulfil a variety of practical roles during World War I including hunting for rats, carrying food and ammunition, and pulling carts and sledges. The regiment this dog was attached to was the Queen Mary’s Army Auxiliary Corps.
[Original reads: ‘OFFICIAL PHOTOGRAPH TAKEN ON THE BRITISH WESTERN FRONT IN FRANCE. A detachment of the Q.M.A.A.C. encamped in a big forest in France. One of the workers is in charge of the camp mascot.’]
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Question by : How Can We Make SPCA Dog Adoption Events Run Smoother?
All the volunteers want to have breaks, some dogs don’t get along, everyone wants to sit in the cage with the puppies, the big dogs need more people.
I do shots and paperwork, and the adoption counselors aren’t always there, either one or 2 and their are a lot more adoptions now.
We have red badges for the volunteers that can answer questions.
What can we do to make it smoother?
I mean that want breaks after 5 minutes in the cage.
we do it at a local petco outside
Answer by Kelle
Extend the time so you don’t have so many people there all at once.
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