07:00, Friday May 17th, 2024
Paws of Honor
K9’S ENROLLED SINCE 2015
ACTIVE ENROLLED K9'S
STATES WE SERVE
DEPARTMENTS / AGENCIES
FUNDING PROVIDED (In Millions)
AVERAGE COST (In dollars)
TOTAL VET VISITS
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Paws of Honor
Retired Military & Law Enforcement Canine Nonprofit
The goal of Paws of Honor (POH) is to provide veterinary care and products at no charge* for retired military and law enforcement K-9’s across America that have served our country, locally or globally. Retired K-9s deserve accessible, high-quality veterinary care in return for their commitment and sacrifice for our country.
The monetary burden associated with veterinary care should not fall on the shoulders of the officer/handler/owner once the K-9 has been decommissioned.
*Based on the availability of charitable contributions.
Your Impact on our K9 Heroes
K9 Max served as an Explosive Detection Dog for 5.5 years providing protection to the United States Federal Government under the Department of Defense. Max has gotten to travel across the country, even to the Aloha state of Hawaii! In retirement, he enjoys couch surfing and chasing rabbits in the backyard. Read more…
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Big Barker – Cezar (V111), Explosive Detector Dog, was stationed at Norfolk Naval Base, Virginia from 2014-2015 and then
Big Barker – Maggie got her bed and is LOVING it!!! Maggie is an 11-year-old chocolate Lab and is