The National Police Dog Foundation is happy to have contributed to the purchasing and initial training of K-9 Luma, a Labrador Retriever at Lincoln County Sheriff’s Stanford, KY. In just a couple of months, Luma has made quite a name for herself. ow.ly/MJwQ30kMTJM... See MoreSee Less
The National Police Dog Foundation thanks National Disaster Search Dog Foundation and the Petco Foundation, for a cooperative effort in making a medical grant available for K-9 Bill of the Plover PD in Plover, Wisconsin. ow.ly/ExYP30kMTf1... See MoreSee Less
Thanks to a matching donation from Spirit of Blue, the National Police Dog Foundation is pleased to announce 12 K-9 Heat Alarm Grants. Unfortunately, in 2017 heat exhaustion in patrol cars was once again a major cause of deaths for law enforcement K-9s. ow.ly/VLxu30kMSrg... See MoreSee Less
I LOVE this photo. My dogs have no issue with fireworks, thunder or gunshots, either, but many MANY others do. PLEASE leave your dogs at home if you're going to be viewing fireworks tomorrow night. That constant 'boom. boom. BOOM.' is enough to scare away even dogs that you may think are stable. K-9 Max is exemplary!
Love this photo! This dog enjoys the fireworks where most are very frightened of them, including mine!