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Woman Donates 60 Police Dogs to Officers


NBC News reports on a woman who has helped raise money to donate more than 60 police dogs to deserving police officers. Four years ago, she started K9s4COPS, a non-profit organization that buys and trains the dogs and then gives them away to law enforcement officers. Read More Here.

 

August 11, 2014
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Tags: K-9 Units, K-9 Training, Texas, Police Charities


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All K9s @ 8/12/2014 8:22 AM

Thank you Christy for your hard work and generosity! My Org. provides gear and equipment for K9s and Fish & Wildlife's Karelian Bear Dogs and it is my way to give back to the community. K9 handlers are usually the nicest officers in the PD, SO or Military as it takes patience, empathy and skill in the training and working with the K9s - 24/7. You're getting two officers in the patrol car instead of one.

TERRY F. ZECH VAPD (RET) @ 8/12/2014 3:41 PM

Christy you are fabulous, I trained and handled mwd's out of San Antonio TX at Lackland AFB Training acadamey. I also handled a bomb MWD in Puerto Rico during Desert Storm and after until I retired in 2000. You don't know how much they do and how little they require in food and water but a lot of love and attention. My Tanja was a great bomb dog and she died after I left PR. Thank you again. Terry F, Zech

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