We all love Animal acts especially when they involve hero police dogs especially with the incredible story Fabulous Finn has to share.
The Police German Shepherd Finn and his owner PC Dave Wardell have won a place in the final of Britain’s Got Tallent after performing some amazing magic.
Police Dog Finn was stabbed on duty while protecting his dog handler have both made the final of BGT 2019
Dave & Finn have an incredible story to tell without the magic after Finn jumped between a knife-wielding man who then stabbed Finn in the process.
Police Dog Finn came close to death after being stabbed resulting in Finn’s Law. When Finn originally performed at the audition stage Simon Cowell admitted that if he had not already used his Golden Buzzer he would have used it for Finn. Finn this year scooped an award at the Crufts show.
The Policing community have pulled together and supported Dave & Finn.
Ant and Dec then announced the winner of the semi-final with the most votes and automatically through to the final as Dave & Finn.
About Dave & Finn
We have followed the emotional story of Finn and Dave since the news broke back in 2016 that Finn had been injured on Duty and came close to death.
Police Dog Finn who nearly died while protecting his handler from a knife attacker has won an award at Crufts.
The amazing German Shepherd Finn was stabbed when an attacker came after Police Constable Dave Wardell and Finn jumped in the way of the knife taking a stab wound in the head and chest in an attack in Hertfordshire in October 2016.
Finn also recently won the Police Twitter awards where the pair were recognised for the work they have completed on social media
On Sunday they were awarded the Kennel Club’s Friends for Life award in recognition of their close bond.
The finalists will go head to head in the grand finale on Sunday night, June 2.
For now, the Britain’s Got Talent 2018 live semi-final shows to continue Tuesday, May 28 until Friday, May 31.
The semi-finals will air from 7:30PM on ITV each evening with the results from 9:30PM.
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