London Luton airport holds Christmas party for security dogs
The dogs chowed down on festive-themed dog treats and played games in the terminal.
Santa Paws visited London Luton, as staff held a party in honour of the 12 police dogs that work at the airport.
To thank them for their work this year the six spaniels — Chip, Milo, Laser, Peper, Poppy and Sparky — and six Labradors — Hunter, Quirky, Toby, Charley, Ned and George — each chowed down on Christmas themed dog treats and played festive games in the terminal.
The dogs freeze when they detect anything, so they don’t encounter anything potentially harmful.
Clare Armstrong, head of Passenger services at LLA said: “Everyone at LLA loves the police dogs.
“Not only do they play a vital role in keeping the airport safe, they’re always a talking point with our passengers, so we thought it would be fun to reward them with a Christmas party.”
“Passengers and staff love to see the dogs patrolling the airport.
“As well as offering public reassurance they are a great way to engage with travellers and talk to them about important safety information.”
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