A legacy of service continues

July 15, 2022
A woman holding Davey, a black Labrador puppy, in her arms. She is standing in front of a police car.

Do you remember the ‘D Litter’ who was named by the Queensland public?

Meet the ‘D’ Litter here.

Guide Dog pup Davey was named in honour of the late Queensland Police Senior-Constable David Masters, who was tragically killed on duty a year ago.

“Our Guide Dog Handlers love it when the dog they are matched with has a meaningful name,” Guide Dogs General Manager Jock Beveridge said.

“Guide Dog pup Davey certainly has a very special name in honour of a person who clearly made a positive impact on the community. It’s so wonderful to see this legacy of community service go on.”

Earlier this month, Davey enjoyed a special visit to meet Senior-Constable Masters’ family, friends and colleagues at the Deception Bay Police Station.

We can’t wait to see what Davey achieves on his journey to serving the community, just as Senior-Constable Masters did.


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