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Warriors go to the dogs for NRL bubble escape

For weeks the Dogs haven’t been able to escape biosecurity dramas, yet the Warriors have used canines as a unique way to escape them.

As Canterbury struggled through Terry Lamb’s COVID-19 breach and Aiden Tolman unwittingly being caught up in a coronavirus scare, Stephen Kearney’s side have found a novel way to get outside their Central Coast apartments.

Warriors player Agnatius Paasi bonds with 'Coco'.

Warriors player Agnatius Paasi bonds with ‘Coco’.Credit:Central Coast Animal Care Facility

Warriors football manager Dan Floyd contacted a local pound, the Central Coast Animal Care Facility, to provide pooches for players.

The NRL’s strict biosecurity proposals prohibit players from visiting pubs, cafes and golf courses, but dog walking is allowed.

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