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Video: Minnesota K-9 Stabbed, Suspect Shot and Killed

February 12, 2016
Police in Roseville, MN, shot and killed a man they found hiding in a closet after he stabbed a police dog Wednesday night.

Oregon Department Receives K-9 Safety Grant from the Spirit of Blue Foundation

February 9, 2016
The Spirit of Blue Foundation has awarded a K-9 Safety Grant to the Beaverton (OR) Police Department to contribute to the acquisition of a tracking and article search K-9. The $2,500 grant was sponsored by the Planet Dog Foundation.

Retired Officer to Keep K-9, No Auction Planned

February 1, 2016
A retired police officer in Ohio will get to keep his K-9 partner if he becomes an auxiliary officer, city officials in Marietta announced, amid fears that the dog would be put up for auction.

Video: Retired Ohio Officer's K-9 Set to Be Auctioned Off

February 1, 2016
Marietta, OH, K-9 Officer Matt Hickey says he's spent every day for the past three years with his partner Ajax. But despite Hickey's willingness to purchase the dog so they can retire together, the city's policy mandates that Ajax be auctioned off to the highest bidder.

Retired Ohio Officer's K-9 Set to Be Auctioned Off

February 1, 2016
Marietta, OH, K-9 Officer Matt Hickey says he's spent every day for the past three years with his partner Ajax. But this bond could be broken forever. More Here.

CNN's Anderson Cooper and Retired SEAL Donate K-9 Ballistic Vests

January 15, 2016
Three days after a Norfolk, VA, police dog was shot and killed in a standoff with a man who'd barricaded himself in his home, CNN anchor Anderson Cooper has donated enough money to outfit the Police Department's entire K-9 unit with ballistic vests.

Steelers' Quarterback Announces Baltimore-Area K-9 Grant

January 5, 2016
The Ben Roethlisberger Foundation at The Giving Back Fund will be distributing a grant to the Charles County (MD) Sheriff's Office to help replace a retiring K-9.

5-Year-Old Helps Turn Rescue Dog into Indiana Agency's Tracking K-9

December 1, 2015
The Ankeny (IN) Police Department will soon be deploying a new tracking K-9 thanks, in part, to the efforts of a 5-year-old boy. More Here.

Video: 5-Year-Old Helps Turn Rescue Dog into Indiana Agency's Tracking K-9

December 1, 2015
The Ankeny (IN) Police Department will soon be deploying a new tracking K-9 thanks, in part, to the efforts of a 5-year-old boy

Steelers' Quarterback Announces Seattle Area K-9 Grants

November 30, 2015
The Ben Roethlisberger Foundation at The Giving Back Fund will be distributing grants to the Renton and Bellevue Police Departments in Washington.

Russia Sends Puppy to France After K-9 Killed During Raid on Terrorist's Hideout

November 20, 2015
Russia has shown its solidarity with the people of France in an unusual way - by donating a new puppy to carry on the memory of Diesel, the police dog killed by a suicide bomber on Wednesday.

Video: NC Department Creates Doritos Ad Featuring Hungry K-9 Officer

November 17, 2015
The Fayetteville (NC) Police Department has been working on its image with the younger crowd, and their attempt at a Doritos commercial just might do the trick.

NC Department Creates Doritos Ad Featuring Hungry K-9 Officer

November 17, 2015
The Fayetteville (NC) Police Department has been working on its image with the younger crowd, and their attempt at a Doritos commercial just might do the trick. More Here.

Video: First Dog Certified to Sniff Out Prescription Drugs Has Died

November 17, 2015
K-9 Kash, a 6-year-old Belgian Malinois, was diagnosed with cancer late last year but continued to work until July. He was the first in the United States certified to sniff out prescription drugs.

First Dog Certified to Sniff Out Prescription Drugs Has Died

November 17, 2015
K-9 Kash, a 6-year-old Belgian Malinois, was diagnosed with cancer late last year but continued to work until July. He was the first in the United States certified to sniff out prescription drugs. More Here.

Pit Bull Police Dog Defies Breed's Savage Stereotypes

November 13, 2015
When she graduates Friday from K-9 training school, Kiah will be one of just a few pit bulls to serve as a police dog. It's a job usually given to breeds that don't come with the pit bull's reputation — deserved or not — as a savage animal fit only for the company of criminals.

NFL Linebacker Could Face Charges for Taunting K-9 Before Sunday Game

November 12, 2015
Raiders' linebacker Ray-Ray Armstrong apparently got into a barking session with a police dog before Sunday's game in Pittsburgh.

Steelers Quarterback Announces San Diego Area K-9 Grant

November 11, 2015
Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger's Foundation at The Giving Back Fund distributed a grant to the El Cajon (CA) Police Department just east of San Diego. The El Cajon Police plan to use the grant toward the purchase of a new K-9 for their four-dog unit.

Steelers' Quarterback Gives K-9 Grant to Kansas Police Department

October 22, 2015
Today, Pittsburgh Steelers' Super Bowl Quarterback and Findlay, OH native, Ben Roethlisberger, announced the Ben Roethlisberger Foundation will be distributing a grant to the Shawnee (KS) Police Department to purchase a third K-9.

Video: Wyoming K-9 Saves Handler

October 5, 2015
A Cheyenne (WY) PD K-9 is being credited with saving his handler from an attack Tuesday morning.
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