Officers at Saginaw County Animal Control in Michigan will be sleeping in a dog house on a cold January night to raise awareness about a serious issue.
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The officers say they take calls every day about animals, especially dogs, left out in the elements too long.
“We’re their voice, we’re the ones that step up to the plate for them,” said Officer Joaquin Guerrero.
Guerrero and two other officers will be in custom-made dog houses at the Saginaw Correctional Facility.
“It’ll fit to our body size so we’re able to crawl in and sit down in them,” Guerrero said.
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