Paws Of Honor

Change on Life

WORKING TO RETIREMENT

Our K9 heroes need your help. Give a K9 in need the quality of life they deserve.

Change on Life

WORKING TO RETIREMENT

Our K9 heroes need your help. Give a K9 in need the quality of life they deserve.

Support our Nation’s retired Military and Law Enforcement working dogs today.

K9’S ENROLLED SINCE 2015

ACTIVE ENROLLED K9'S

STATES WE SERVE

DEPARTMENTS/AGENCIES

FUNDING PROVIDED

Honor Our K9 Heroes

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

SPECIALTY FOOD

Selecting this will provide overall shelter needs (bed, food, blanket, and more).

$150

MONTHLY MEDS

Selecting this will provide Monthly Meds to 1 Canine enrolled in our program.

$50

YEARLY EXAM

Selecting this provides a routine senior wellness exam for 1 canine enrolled.

$100

K9 Hero Spotlight

K9 DUKE

K9 Duke is a Dual-Purpose German Shepherd/Belgian Malinois Mix who served with the Arlington County Police Department for eight years.

During his career, Duke provided an incredible amount of public safety to support the Arlington community through suspect tracks, criminal apprehensions, building searches, and drug seizures. Duke is enjoying retirement and playing with his soccer ball.

K9 LLADLEY

K9 Lladley was assigned to the Amtrak Police Department in 2013 and worked primarily at Washington, D.C. Union Station as an Explosive Detection dog.

A few of his career highlights were working security for Super Bowl XLVIII in New York, Presidential Inaugurations and Balls and Rev. Billy Graham’s funeral.

K9 BOVLI

K9 Bovli, who likes to be called Bo by his friends, worked for the Transportation Security Administration for almost nine years.

Bovli was always ready to work and had an amazing nose. He was a true asset to the TSA and the flying public.

K9 TUITER

K9 Tuiter began training as an Explosive Detection dog at two years old. He has worked in Chicago, Los Angeles and Boston.

Tuiter is a big goofball and has a wide range of different facial expressions. Since retirement, he enjoys basking in the sun and checking on the neighbor’s farm animals.

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Paws of Honor Events

2023 Belle Haven 5k & 10k

February 25, 2023 @ 8:30 am – 10:30 am • Belle Haven Park

Join Us on the Green

May 19, 2023 • Westfields Golf Course

Joining Forces...

Hurricane’s Heroes has joined forces with Paws of Honor to help retired Military and Law Enforcement working K9s across the country receive the veterinary care they deserve.