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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 corporate donations from people like you.

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K-9 Training

TRAINING

Training and equipment get expensive. The National Police Dog Foundation 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 the National Police Dog Foundation for the ever-increasing cost of medical care.

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5 days ago

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The only thing worse than loosing your K9 partner in the line of duty is having to put one to sleep. K9 Eros was that dog who left an impression on everyone he met, especially when you pass the patrol car and didn’t know he was in it. Or when you were taking a bite in the training suit. And then, if you were on the receiving end of an apprehension your definitely never going to forget. We’ll miss you Eros. ๐Ÿ‘‡๐Ÿผ #Repost @vpd_miles ใƒปใƒปใƒป Received news today that @venturapolice retired @vpdk9 “Eros Vom Inglishaus” passed away today at the age of 14. Eros was partnered with Officer Scott Garrett in 2007 and they served the citizens of Ventura until 2014. Eros was unique in that he was born, raised and trained right here in Ventura and he was one of the best muzzle dogs I’ve ever seen. One of his most notable accomplishments was taking down a murder suspect who minutes earlier had purposely run over and killed an innocent bicyclist. After retirement he continued living the good life with Officer Garrett and his family. We send them our deepest condolences and are thankful for their service to our great community. #Eros #RIP #dontrunformuzzlehits #thankfulfortheirservice ... See MoreSee Less

 

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As a former handler. I know the pain.

Condolences to the officer and the department. and thanks, Eros for your service. May he rest in peace.

Who else thinks puppies is cool ?

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Rip so sorry

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A training grant from the Foundation helps K-9 Rudy with his anxiety. Rudy is a 2-year-old Belgian Malinois working for Hamlet City PD in Hamlet, NC. #k9 #LivePD #BackTheBlue #livePDNation #BlueLivesMatter ow.ly/Kn2a50jJemI ... See MoreSee Less

A training grant from the Foundation helps K-9 Rudy with his anxiety. Rudy is a 2-year-old Belgian Malinois working for Hamlet City PD in Hamlet, NC.  #k9 #LivePD #BackTheBlue #livePDNation #BlueLivesMatter http://ow.ly/Kn2a50jJemI

 

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2 weeks ago

National Police Dog Foundation

Retired K-9s get $300 per year!

The National Police Dog Foundation is proud to work with Zoetis in promoting the K-9 Courage Program that improves the lives of retired Law Enforcement K-9s.

If youโ€™re the owner of a retired military or police dog, K-9 Courage wants to help.

If not, please share this post with someone who could benefit from this program.

CLICK HERE: bit.ly/2TZr2bS
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Retired K-9s get $300 per year!

The National Police Dog Foundation is proud to work with Zoetis in promoting the K-9 Courage Program that improves the lives of retired Law Enforcement K-9s.

If youโ€™re the owner of a retired military or police dog, K-9 Courage wants to help.

If not, please share this post with someone who could benefit from this program. 

CLICK HERE: http://bit.ly/2TZr2bS

Best buddies Retired Deputy Sheriff John Trevor-Smith of the McKinley Cnty Sheriffโ€™s Dept and K-9 Chet are recipients of the Zoetis K-9 Courage Grant which helps to pay for Chetโ€™s vet visits. Have a retired Law Enforcement K-9? Get your grant! #k9 #LivePD ow.ly/KcZ850jJcqA ... See MoreSee Less

Best buddies Retired Deputy Sheriff John Trevor-Smith of the McKinley Cnty Sheriffโ€™s Dept and K-9 Chet are recipients of the Zoetis K-9 Courage Grant which helps to pay for Chetโ€™s vet visits. Have a retired Law Enforcement K-9? Get your grant! #k9 #LivePD http://ow.ly/KcZ850jJcqA

The National Police Dog Foundation hopes you and your family had a Happy Thanksgiving. Today is GIVING TUESDAY. Please give to those who give their lives to protect us. Every dollar helps. PLEASE SHARE. #k9 #LivePD CLICK HERE To DONATE ow.ly/Nhbf50jNBGF ... See MoreSee Less

The National Police Dog Foundation hopes you and your family had a Happy Thanksgiving. Today is GIVING TUESDAY. Please give to those who give their lives to protect us. Every dollar helps. PLEASE SHARE. #k9 #LivePD CLICK HERE To DONATE http://ow.ly/Nhbf50jNBGF

Photo of a girl walking her Malinois in 1959... ... See MoreSee Less

Photo of a girl walking her Malinois in 1959...

 

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Laura your puppies lol

Sandy Watkins

Nothing like a walk about.

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The Foundation is very pleased to announce the 50 winners of our second round of 2018 K-9 Health Insurance Grants, funded by our K-9 Health Insurance Fund, which is supported by designated gifts from the public and from @Petplan See details: bit.ly/2DuSj04 #k9 #LivePD ... See MoreSee Less

The Foundation is very pleased to announce the 50 winners of our second round of 2018 K-9 Health Insurance Grants, funded by our K-9 Health Insurance Fund, which is supported by designated gifts from the public and from @Petplan See details: http://bit.ly/2DuSj04   #k9 #LivePD
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