Start the day with a positive thought. Always begin your day with a positive thought about what’s in store for you and about yourself. This sets the tone for the day ahead. Don’t be scared to compliment yourself – the key here is to raise your vibration so that you can attract more positive events throughout the day and generally feel good!
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Such a cute hero
Awwww how cute!💋🐾🐾❤
I brush my chair once a week.
Tara Frazee 🤣
Hmm...never thought of it that way before...leave it to a GSD to figure it out!!
IF you love your pets just live and bear it, just clean up afterwards. Dont you do the same for your children.
Please keep K9 Florian in your thoughts as he recovers from injuries in the line of duty! 💙LPD Investigating Call Resulting in Shots Fired
(LUBBOCK, TX) – The Metropolitan Special Crimes Unit responded to the scene of an officer-involved shooting that occurred shortly after 11:15 a.m.
Based on the initial investigation, Lubbock Police Officers responded to an initial call of a domestic disturbance at a residence in the 5500 block of Amherst Place. The original caller stated that a 15-year-old was at the residence with a gun. Upon arrival, officers found the subject had left the residence and began checking the area.
A K-9 and handler searched the perimeter of a house in the 5600 block of Amherst Street, near where the 15-year-old was hiding in the bushes. She then opened fire on the police K-9, striking it at least one time. The K-9 handler returned fire.
The 15-year-old was taken to UMC for treatment of her injuries from the K-9 bite and a possible gunshot wound. It is undetermined at this time if the gunshot wound was from the officer returning fire or self-inflicted. Upon release from UMC, the 15 year old was taken to the Lubbock County Juvenile Justice Center and charged with: · Four counts of Aggravated Assault on a Peace Officer · Aggravated Assault · Interference with Police Service Animal (Second-Degree Felony) · Theft of a Firearm · Terroristic Threat (Misdemeanor A)
The police K-9, known as Fflorian, was transported to a vet hospital for treatment.
Another K9 vested! This time, it’s Sirius from the Connecticut State Police Department. Congrats to Sirius and the department on this generous gift.
Stay safe!Connecticut State Police Department’s K9 Sirius has received donation of body armor.
Connecticut State Police Department’s K9 Sirius has received a bullet and stab protective vest thanks to a charitable donation from non-profit organization Vested Interest in K9s, Inc. The vest was sponsored by The Mazaika Family Foundation and embroidered with the sentiment “Born to Love-Trained to Serve-Loyal Always”.
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 was established in 2009 to assist law enforcement agencies with this potentially lifesaving body armor for their four-legged K9 officers. Since its inception, Vested Interest in K9s, Inc. provided over 3,830 U.S. made, custom fitted, NIJ certified protective vests in 50 states, through private and corporate donations, at a value of $6.9 million dollars.
The program is open to dogs actively employed in the U.S. with law enforcement or related agencies who are certified and at least 20 months of age. New K9 graduates, as well as K9s with expired vests, are eligible to participate.
The donation to provide one protective vest for a law enforcement K9 is $960.00. Each vest has a value between $1,744 – $2,283, and a five-year warranty and an average weight of 4-5 lbs. There is an estimated 30,000 law enforcement K9s throughout the United States. For more information or to learn about volunteer opportunities, please call 508-824-6978. Vested Interest in K9s, Inc. provides information, lists events, and accepts tax-deductible donations of any denomination at www.vik9s.org or mailed to P.O. Box 9 East Taunton, MA 02718. ... See MoreSee Less