Gina CantleyCongratulations, so happy for you Officer Clint. Don't rush out to work without it no matter how small the job is.. your life mattered. Stay safe you and your partner. Best wished from here, UK xox2 · 1 day ago
Judith DouglassHOORAY...VERY GOOD NEWS..ALL WORKING K9S SHOULD BE VESTED...!!!!!2 days ago
Eva ModrichAnother good team for a calendar, both are handsome, but K9 Koa would be hanging in my crate. But with all the K9 pics hanging in there, I'm gonna need a bigger crate.
Sophia, Therapy Dog, VA hospital9 · 2 days ago
Theresa BoltonGlad you have protection K9 Koa. You and Officer Sinnott stay safe out there. And thankyou for your service.11 · 2 days ago
Michele LeeWay to go buddy,God Bless you all. 🇺🇸2 days ago
Melissa BryanStay safe, Koa. Love, Light and Divine Protection sent to you and your daddy. What a Handsome boy you are. My Boy Billy will look just like you when he gets big like you. :) <32 · 2 days ago
Judy McNeillBless your hearts. Thank you for your service, you two! Be safe!!2 days ago
On Sunday February 7, 2016 around 830am K-9 Officer Dufresne and K-9 Bruin were requested to the scene of a domestic disturbance. They were informed that the female suspect fled the location. Upon a...
Lisa MillsonThis is so sad - he lost his life doing what he was trained to do, just as his human counterparts risk doing the same.35 · 4 days ago
Marguerite Montondo GoinsRIP Officer K9 Aren.God Bless you .You will always be missed and loved.Thank you for your service you are a hero.We have another Angel in heaven.I am so sorry for your loss of Officer K9 Aren.My thoughts and Prayers are with the family and friends.This was a beautiful video you did for K9 Aren.36 · 4 days ago
Gene NataleBeautiful pictures, that's what community policing is all about, it starts with the little ones. <3 God Bless you all and keep you safe from all hurt harm or danger, you too Officer K9 Boss & Officer Stryker <37 · 4 days ago
Chang Lee TahiaBeautiful and honor this nice memorial for those who died in the line of duty. Protect the rest please.3 · 4 days ago
Eva ModrichWe bow our heads down to all our K9 brothers in Blue. Please know that some of us have walked on too.
Although the way you leave is much more violent that's true. We bow our heads down to all our K9 brothers in Blue. Just remember we are there already for you.
Therapy Dogs from VA hospital in Albuquerque New Mexico. PAWS UP21 · 4 days ago
Connie ScarcliffI retired from Alabama Dept. of Public Safety and the K9's were amazing. Several of my co-workers were handlers and they kept their partners when the K9's retired. The bond between them was great - true love.7 · 4 days ago
Terry WallaceAmen my little brother's and sisters RIP2 · 4 days ago
VESTED INTEREST IN K9s
The non-profit organization, Vested Interest in K9s, Inc., is donating a bullet and stab protective vest to a Bakersfield Police Department K9, named Hamer. Hamer is a 3 year o...
On January 10th at about 245am, Old Saybrook Police Officer Shannon Miller and her K9 partner Kendo, were dispatched to to the Econo Lodge in Old Saybrook to assist fellow officers in the search of a ...
Along with many departments that paid their respects, dozens of K-9 officers and their handlers took part. A procession of police cars, their lights silently flashing, traveled from the East Busway in downtown Pittsburgh to the Allegheny County Law Enforcement Officers Memorial. ... See MoreSee Less
Many police cars joined a procession to the Allegheny County Law Enforcement Officers Memorial on the North Shore in memory of a Port Authority police dog that was killed in the line of duty in Wilkin...
Celeste LaGierSo, So Sad, my heart breaks for these handlers and their families and also for the department. Thank you k9 Aren for your service and your bravery. Rest in Peace Sweet Boy! A truly terrible loss. Please pray for Aren' s family during this difficult time.11 · 6 days ago
Vested Interest in K9s, Inc. announces “Healthcare for K9 Heroes” $10,000 Grant Vested Interest in K9s, Inc. is a 501c (3) charity located in East Taunton, MA, whose mission is to provide bullet and stab protective vests and other assistance to dogs of law enforcement and related agencies throughout the United States. The non-profit is pleased to announce a pilot program which will donate $10,000 toward a medical reimbursement program for self-funded K9 units. The “Healthcare for K9 Heroes” grant will be awarded to departments who have the financial burden of raising funds to support their K9 unit, who have no more than three K9s, and who have previously been awarded a vest through Vested Interest in K9s, Inc. Law enforcement dogs ages two through seven will be eligible. The medical reimbursement insurance policy will cover injury sustained in the line of duty, illness, diagnostic testing and therapies. Selected as the first five recipients are K9 Storm of the Monson, MA Police Department, K9 Lola of the Groton, MA Police Department, K9 Duke of the Canon City, CO Police Department, K9 Dany of the South Williamsport, PA Police Department and K9 Cleo of the Winona County Sheriff’s Office in MN. The program will be administered by Veterinary Pet Insurance Co (VPI). VPI is a member of the Nationwide family of companies and is the first and largest pet health insurance company in the United States. The Vested Interest in K9s, Inc. grant will allow for the provision of a VPI Major Medical Plan at the cost of approximately $500 per policy, per year. The plan allows the freedom to use any licensed veterinarian in the world including specialists and emergency care providers. VPI recognizes the contributions of all working dogs, and has a 34-year track record of providing coverage for these courageous canines. As a thank you for the service provided by our four legged heroes, VPI offers a discount on medical coverage for police, narcotic, explosives, and search and rescue dogs. VPI currently insures active police dogs across the nation and has provided coverage for 9/11 search and rescue dogs who so bravely served our country in the wake of a national tragedy. In addition to the launch of the new healthcare reimbursement program, the non-profit has provided over 1700 law enforcement dogs with bullet and stab protective vests in 49 states, at a cost of 1.6 million dollars. For more information, please call 508-824-6978. Tax deductible donations accepted via mail to: Vested Interest in K9s, Inc. P.O. Box 9 East Taunton, MA 02718 or via the website: www.vik9s.org. ... See MoreSee Less
Vested Interest in K9s, Inc. announces “Healthcare for K9 Heroes” $10,000 Grant
Vested Interest in K9s, Inc. is a 501c (3) charity located in East Taunton, MA, whose mission is to provide bullet a...
Vickie RichardsI have VPI for my rescues I wouldn't go without it for any of my pups it is a huge piece of mind knowing if they get injured that the only thing not reimbursed is my deductible...let face it a minor emergency bill can be hundreds or thousands depending on where you live and who you have to use in case of emergency2 · 6 days ago