Attention Handlers: Retired Police Canine Foundation is starting a chip registration program where we will be registering any retired K9s for free with our new partner Michaelson’s Found Animals. Contact Us !
Shelbyville's drug dog to retire soon
Times-Gazette - 6 January 2019
Richmond: Man with gun chased, caught by police dog
East Bay Times - 6 February 2017
Petition started for retiring officer to keep his police dog
BBC News - 6 February 2017
State Law To Help Police Officers Keep Police Dogs After Retirement
Fox Illinois - 3 January 2017
Police Dog And Handler Get Recognition For Tracking Down Felon
CBS Chicago - 30 December 2016
Columbus police mourn death of retired police dog: 'Run freely in the fields of heaven chasing tennis balls'
FOX59 Web - 28 December 2016
NFL Quarterback Supports Police Dogs
The BRK - 19 December 2016
Police dog finds alleged home intruders hiding in bushes after high speed chase
WAToday.com.au - 19 December 2016
Busy weekend for Peterborough police dog Wolfe as he sniffs out burglary suspects in one case and drugs in another
Peterborough Examiner - 19 December 2016
Police dog sniffs out felony
Steamboat Pilot & Today - 15 December 2016
Attention Handlers: Contact Us ! We will help negotiate lower prices or reduced balances due at your local veterinarian for medical care for your retired dog. We will also speak to your current or prospective landlord to allow your retired dog to live in rental housing.
Retired Police Canine Foundation • PO Box 92 • Yaphank, NY 11980 • 315-307-7625 • email@example.com
Retired Police Canine Foundation is a 501(c)3 not-for-profit organization (EIN 45-4474058)