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The National Police Dog Foundation promotes education and awareness,
and raises funds for the purchase, training, and ongoing veterinary care for active and retired police K-9s.

K-9 Purchasing

PURCHASING

Most law enforcement agencies do not have a budget for the purchase, training or protection of police K-9s. They heavily rely on generous public and/or corporate donations.

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K-9 Training

TRAINING

Training and equipment gets expensive. NPDF assists law enforcement agencies with the costs associated with the initial process and training of the K-9s.

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K-9 Protection

MEDICAL

K-9s put their life on the line every day to protect us. Law enforcement agencies constantly request assistance from NPDF for the ever-increasing cost of medical care.

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New Health Insurance Grants Available.
https://nationalpolicedogfoundation.org/k9-health-insurance-grant-application-50

National Police Dog Foundation shared Black Rifle Coffee Company's Man's Best Friend.

Black Rifle Coffee Company
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You want to do WHAT!!?? Like Black Rifle Coffee Company for more coffee, dogs and humor.

3 days ago

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Marcus Highsted

3 days ago

What a great ad!

3 days ago   ·  1

Eric Paz

3 days ago   ·  1

I like

2 days ago

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National Police Dog Foundation shared Bernalillo County Sheriff's Office's post.

For those of you in Albuquerque Metro area
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**JOIN US THIS FRIDAY** February 16, 2018 5pm-6:30pm McDonald’s @ 901 Unser Blvd, Rio Rancho 🍔🍟 Meet some of our K9 and support your community’s law enforcement agencies! 🐶👮‍♂️ N...

4 days ago

For those of you in Albuquerque Metro area

National Police Dog Foundation shared FOX Sports's Shannon Sharpe visits the National Disaster Search Dog Foundation.

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Great video about our friends at National Disaster Search Dog Foundation. They are headquartered in the same county as us
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"When you think search-and-rescue, first-responders, you're not really thinking about canines. ... These dogs go from being rescued to being rescuers." Before the Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show, Sh...

6 days ago

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The New Mexico State Police are very sad to announce the passing of K-9 Arras. K-9 Arras passed away yesterday in Albuquerque from complications related to an unexpected medical event. He nobly serv...

6 days ago

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RIP Arras.......prayers to those who love you.

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Rest Easy, Arras~Thank you for your Service 🐾🌈 <3

6 days ago

😂

6 days ago

Too sad, saw this dog in action...Great pup...Sorry for your loss 🤐

6 days ago

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Never forget

6 days ago

So sorry for this loss

5 days ago

Arras was welcomed home by Saint Francis of Assisi and the other animals. Arras is free of pain, happy and running like the wind with other K9's. They have large green grassy meadows/fields to enjoy with one another. Arras memories are in your heart and GOD BLESS YOU......

3 days ago

Rest in Peace K-9 Arras.

3 days ago

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National Police Dog Foundation shared Dog Like a Weapon's video.

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Loyalty. The life of a K-9 officer. Source: Lodestar Guidance #bluelivesmatter #k9livesmatter #alllivesmatter

6 days ago

National Police Dog Foundation shared Sacramento Police Canine Association's post.

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Reflections of a K9 Handler I was told once when I started this new chapter in my law enforcement career that I have yet experienced the bond of an animal like the one shared between an officer and K...

1 week ago

I believe I would make the same decision.

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So sorry

1 week ago

Prayers for you and Ace.

1 week ago

Am so very sorry. As a breast cancer survivor I agree it sucks!

1 week ago

Hugs to you and to your sweet K9 Ace!

1 week ago

You made the right, unselfish decision. Ace will never know. And when the time comes to put him down, hold him, ask the vet to sedate him, put his head against yours and talk to him until he falls asleep from the sedation and then allow the vet to give him the fatal shot. That way the last thing he will hear and see is you.. My kind vet does this to all my pets and they go to sleep feeling my touch and hearing my voice. That is the only way I can live with it. I do as you plan to do. I let them live until they begin to get in the area of pain and I go to my vet. Not going to let them suffer.\

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It hurts, I'd like to say time heals, but it takes a looong time. I still miss my boy, and it's been since October. Prayers for you!

7 days ago

I can relate, put my dog down Feb 12, 1983, never let them suffer, Baltimore City K9, 1974 thru 1979.

7 days ago

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