PAW pals out on city patrol
The Thistles in Stirling was the scene of some pawsome action recently as Chase and Marshall from hit TV series PAW Patrol made personal appearances in the centre.
The opportunity to meet Chase, the German Shepherd who likes to take charge and Marshall, the Dalmatian puppy who is the team’s brave firedog, proved highly popular with more than 200 children travelling from far and wide to meet the canine heroes.
For kids, PAW Patrol is a fun way to learn about bravery and heroism, with exciting stories that never get too scary and lessons that teach about caring for animals. Each pup is inspired by a real-world job like firefighter, police officer, and construction worker.
A spokesperson for The Thistles said: “What a fantastic day. Thank you to Chase and Marshall for taking the time out of their busy day to visit The Thistles. Excitement levels were running high as hundreds of young fans of the show turned out in force to meet their heroes and have their pictures taken.”
Heroes Callum, aged three and five-year-old Euan Kenny from Menstrie
Pawsome Lucas Favier, aged 18 months, from Denny
Greetings The King family, from Stirling, with Chase and Marshall