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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National Police Dog Foundation shared Ventura County Sheriff K9 Unit's post. ... See MoreSee Less

K9 Max and his handler, Deputy Brown, wait for their turn at training in the shade of the National Police Dog Foundation ambulance. #K9partner #K9max

14 hours ago

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Thank you Dr. Ron "The Doc" Dalzell, DVM, Camino Animal Clinic, and the National Police Dog Foundation for helping keep our K9 partners healthy! #K9partner #teamwork

14 hours ago

National Police Dog Foundation shared Alpharetta Department of Public Safety's post. ... See MoreSee Less

"I Want My Toy, Not The Money" Sharing a pic with our community of the found "cash stash" from this mornings bank robbery incident. Bad guy in jail and the money recovered. Good job K9 Drax!

14 hours ago

Kosta Puleri, Nicola Bernardi and 23 others like this

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Chantal RamssesBravo

14 hours ago

Terri GardnerHey, buddy, can I get a Kong?

14 hours ago

Diane Marchese-TrippiediYou've earned a steak dinner tonight !!! woof woof xo

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Debb WomackNo doubt headed to Petco with that bag of cash as soon as this photo shoot is done.... BOL. ≈dw≈

13 hours ago

Deb Pake JohnsonNice....Atta boy, hit 'em where it hurts. Good job to both K9 and leasg holder!

11 hours ago

Pam MillerNow you have money for treats and toys!!!

11 hours ago

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National Police Dog Foundation shared Wyckoff's Workshop's post.

Very nice gesture
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Wyckoff's Workshop started a mission to give back to fallen MWD's/Police K9's by dedicating a plaque to the handler or agency for their dog's dedication and faithful service to our country and militar...

21 hours ago

Very nice gesture

National Police Dog Foundation shared Fredericksburg Police Department's Fredericksburg Police Department K-9 Max Retires.

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Please join us in giving a round of a-paws to K-9 Max, who has officially retired from the Fredericksburg Police Department. K-9 Max started his career in October of 2010 and, from the very beginning,...

1 day ago

Pam Silverman, Steve O Worley and 23 others like this

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Elizabeth KolbergSo happy you made it to retirement. Enjoy watching over your family now and romping in the yard

1 day ago

Valerie Schonewald👏👏👍🏻👍🏻👍🏻

20 hours ago

Terry Cauthon Dortch👮🐺👮 One of our many Heroes. Congratulations 💙❤️😘

17 hours ago   ·  1

Manuela Lyons-BhattiCongratulations!!

14 hours ago

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National Police Dog Foundation shared BG Omar Jones, U.S. Army Chief of Public Affairs's Military Working Dogs.

BG Omar Jones, U.S. Army Chief of Public Affairs
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Military working dogs have been a vital part of the armed forces since the Revolutionary War. How much do you know about them? Great video by United States Air Force Senior Airman Corey Kingsbury.

3 days ago

National Police Dog Foundation shared Ventura Police Department's event.

Just a few tickets left! And these are the good kind of tickets not the speeding and parking kind of tickets! 👍🏻
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3 days ago

National Police Dog Foundation shared Supreme K9s's video.

Supreme K9s
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1961 documentary (war dogs) part 2 of 2

3 days ago

National Police Dog Foundation shared Supreme K9s's video.

Supreme K9s
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1961 Documentary (war dogs) part 1 of 2

3 days ago

Christopher Baity, Valerie Hanson and 23 others like this

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Jann Legerthat's a bit hard to watch. Sure changed methods.

3 days ago

Ricky CarrilloDon Scott

3 days ago   ·  1

Jorge MejicanosMuy bonito los felicito por el video

2 days ago

Dorit VanderwildenDogs have excellent hearing . . . why scream your commands?

21 hours ago

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National Police Dog Foundation would like to thank its 2016 sponsors: