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General Fund consists of undesignated donations given to the National Police Dog Foundation. These funds are allocated by the Foundation’s board to where they are most needed.
K-9 PURCHASING FUND
K-9 Purchasing Fund offers grants that assist law enforcement agencies with costs related to the purchasing of K-9s.
K-9 TRAINING FUND
K-9 Training Fund offers grants that assist law enforcement agencies with costs related to the initial training of K-9s.
ACTIVE K-9 MEDICAL FUND
Active K-9 Medical Fund offers grants that assist law enforcement agencies with costs related to emergency medical expenses for active K-9s. In addition, the National Police Dog Foundation has also incorporated a network of veterinarians to help assist agencies with costly medical situations that might occur during their active service career.
RETIRED K-9 MEDICAL FUND
Retired K-9 Medical Fund offers grants that assist K-9 handlers with out-of-pocket costs related to emergency medical expenses for retired K-9s. We believe it is equally important to provide continued care for the law enforcement service dog after it retires. Our network of veterinarians includes some of the country’s most valued specialists in many varying areas of health care.
K-9 HEALTH INSURANCE FUND
K-9 Health Insurance Fund offers grants that assist law enforcement agencies with costs related to the medical insurance of active K-9s.
K-9 HEAT ALARM FUND
K-9 Heat Alarm Fund offers grants that assist law enforcement agencies with the costs related to the purchase of heat alarms in vehicles equipped for K-9s. Heat exhaustion is a major cause of death for active K-9s.
K-9 MEMORIAL FUND
K-9 Memorial Fund offers grants that assist law enforcement agencies who, are not only grieving the loss of one of their K-9 officers in the line of duty but also who do not have the funds to replace the K-9s. Each year dozens of K-9s who are our first line of defense.
The fund assists in covering the costs directly associated with:
–Replacement of K-9s and related training can cost as much as $25,000.00 per K-9 to be street ready
–Annual Police K-9 Memorial Service during Police Week in Washington, DC