Shetland pony, breed of horse popular as a child's pet and mount. Originating in the Shetland Islands, Scotland, the breed is adapted to the islands' harsh climate and scant food supply. Shetlands were used as pack horses and in about 1850 were taken to England to work in the coal mines.
Now they're mostly used for enjoyment like driving, childrens mounts, pasture buddiest, ect. However, they used to be used to work in mines.
When somebody gets pushed into a lake!
Police work, army and guard dogs
A police station, sometimes called a station house, is a building used to hold both police officers as well as staff members The work of the police station includes facilitating interrogations and temporarily holding prisoners.
The Shetland ponies life cycle works in much the same way as other horses. They are born, grow up, reproduce, and die.
you need to be a police officer and be trained to work with police dogs.
The police either work in the community, on patrol and responding to emergencies, or they are at the police station doing administrative work.
Shetland ponies were used in the coal mines to pull the coal carts out of the mine shafts. There small size and pulling power made the miner's work much easier.
Police Detectives work out of police departments. Private Detectives or Private Investigators work out of private offices.
yes they do! i used to work at new iberia police dept.