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Bloodhound Puppy Joins Virginia Police Department
K2 Solutions Provides Law Enforcement Canines, Training

K2 Solutions Provides Law Enforcement Canines, Training

Whether you need K-9s for tracking, apprehension, or detection, K2 Solutions' law enforcement canines can provide a comprehensive solution for your department. K2 Solutions' policy is to assess, select, and procure only the finest dogs available for the programs they support. K-9s are available for purchase. Training is available for both dogs and handlers. For more information visit www.k2si.com

February 4, 2015

Former Shelter Dog Joins Va. Police K-9 Unit

Former Shelter Dog Joins Va. Police K-9 Unit

A Belgian Malinois shelter dog graduated from the Alexandria (Va.) Police Department's K-9 School this week and will join the agency's K-9 unit. Read Story Here.

August 14, 2014

Woman Donates 60 Police Dogs to Officers

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

Critically Wounded Calif. K-9 Expected to Survive

Critically Wounded Calif. K-9 Expected to Survive

An Anaheim, Calif., police dog that was shot in the face Thursday while chasing probation suspects was able to eat under his own power for the first time Sunday in what police officials are calling “an important step to his recovery.” Read Full Story Here.

March 24, 2014

Calif. K-9 Recovering from Head Shot

Calif. K-9 Recovering from Head Shot

An Anaheim, Calif., police dog underwent surgery Thursday night and remained heavily sedated in "a lot of pain" after being struck by a bullet in the face during a confrontation with a gunman. Police later shot and killed the gunman. Read Full Story Here.

March 21, 2014

Pug Dog Harasses Phoenix K-9, Officers During Barricade
U.S. Fish & Wildlife's K-9 Detectors

U.S. Fish & Wildlife's K-9 Detectors

The U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service started a K-9 detection program that uses Labrador mixes to locate illegally transported exotic animals and products at five U.S. airports. Video by Kareem Girgis. Read the full story here.

August 1, 2013

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