LAS VEGAS, Nev. (702 Times, NV Globe) – On Thursday, Caesars Entertainment will host a celebration for a rescue canine that has completed the company’s “gun dog training program.”
According to a news release, Caesars Entertainment rescued the dog, called Turbo, from the Animal Foundation in Las Vegas.
According to the firm, Turbo will be the second rescue pup to complete the course, following Chase, who finished in November.
Chase was also adopted through the Animal Foundation, according to the firm.
After undergoing Caesars Entertainment’s K9 training program, the rescue pups become “gun dogs” in Las Vegas and join the company’s “Firearm Detection Program.”
When Chase graduated from the program in November, the company said he would join eight other K9s in Las Vegas who had already graduated from the course.
“After a rigorous training program, Chase is now ready for active duty at Caesars Entertainment’s nine Las Vegas properties,” the company said of Chase in November.
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