Introducing Camooweal’s Police Sheep Squad

photo of Teeter

Camooweal Police Station, last stop before the Northern Territory border is quickly becoming a menagerie.

Sergeant David Manley and Senior Constable Raigan Manley have adopted a sheep named Teeter, who joins his new brothers, horses Costa and Oscar in the paddock beside Camooweal Police Station.

Teeter is now four-months-old and he has been with David and Raigan since he was only a few days old.

Teeter was bottle-fed by the Manleys as a little recruit after losing his mother.

The Manleys adopted Teeter after his predecessor, Tommy the Police Sheep sadly passed away.

Teeter is proudly carrying on Tommy’s legacy and has now stepped smoothly into his role as a police-sheep.

Local kids with Teeter

Teeter visits the school most weeks (in June he assisted in handing out cross-country medals to the kids) and has become a local celebrity in town!

Teeter is probably still a bit small to join the Manleys and Costa and Oscar on their trail rides with the local kids but he is confident in maintaining the station’s lawn.

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