October 1st, 2018
The National Police Dog Foundation is very pleased to announce the availability of another 50 (12-month health insurance) K-9 Health Insurance Grants.
We are now accepting applications, see button below.
In 2017 we launched our K-9 Health Insurance Fund, which was established from an initial donation by Petplan pet insurance. The fund is supported by designated gifts from the public to the National Police Dog Foundation and a $50 donation from Petplan for each new pet insurance policy booked by the public using the campaign code NPDF10 at https://nationalpolicedogfoundation.org/petplan/. Pet parents who use the code can also receive a 10% discount on their new policy.
The purpose of the fund is to offer grants to law enforcement K-9 units, ensuring the continued well-being of the K-9s.
Petplan’s support of the K-9 Health Insurance Fund, and their passion for improving the quality of life and access to essential veterinary care for K-9s, is the driving force and the major sponsor of the fund.
The National Police Dog Foundation would like to thank Petplan for their continued support and generous donations to the Foundation. Petplan’s donations are improving the lives of K-9s nationwide.
For more info about Petplan’s sponsorships with the National Police Dog Foundation, please visit https://nationalpolicedogfoundation.org/petplan/.
In 2017 we were only able to offer 5 grants. Thanks to Petplan and your donations, earlier this year we granted 50 health insurance policies, and now we are offering another 50 grants to pay for 12 months of K-9 medical insurance. The grants are limited to 1-4-year-old K-9s and a maximum of two grants will be granted to each Agency.
This is the season of giving. We need your support to be able to continue to offer grants that will keep your local K-9s healthy, on-the-job and ready to protect you.
The National Police Dog Foundation is proud to grant funds and services that support law enforcement agencies, handlers, and K-9s.
Grant application deadline for these 50 (12-month health insurance) grants is October 26th, 2018. No applications will be accepted after this date.
Recipients of the 50 grants will be listed in our November 2018 e-newsletter.
To apply and for more details, please click on the blue button below: