CENTRAL INDIANA K9 ASSOCIATION, INC
When a working dog is retired from duty, they remain faithful.
Medical costs from unexpected injuries, disease, or illness shouldn’t stop us from being faithful to them. The Shadow Fund is a medical grant program to benefit the retired working military and police dog.
To remain at the top of their game, these highly specialized partners need to stay fresh and are trained daily.
Their human partners create innovative ways to maintain their fitness and their abilities, often driving for hours, then setting up, training, tearing down, and driving home.
We want to help the officers help their partners by providing training opportunities, and a centrally located training facility.
There is no greater gift than one who lays down his life for another.
Every bit the soldier and officer, these K9s will be remembered in loving tribute with a War Dog Monument, and are eligible for a memorial service with all expenses paid, and a full honor service.
PET PALS TV
INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) – Each and every week Pet Pals TV shares a fun, interesting and informative story about our four-legged and furry friend population.
This time Susan Hobbs with Pet Pals TV and her guests Theresa Brandon from Central Indiana K-9 Association Inc. and Lillian Hardy from the Indiana Homeland Security’s search and rescue division stopped by Midday.
To watch the entire segment, click on the video.
INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) — Police dogs are a special part of the law enforcement community. Now a new, local organization wants to help train, support, and honor them.
The Central Indiana K9 Association is just a few months old and it is already launching what it’s calling the Shadow Fund, a medical grant program which will financially support retired K9s.
This interview explains the three areas of the Central Indiana K9 Association’s mission. Please click the icon to listen for more detail about each focus of passion for the organization. For your convenience, the interview will open in a new tab, permitting you to continue to browse through our website when you return to this tab.
HENDRICKS COUNTY ICON
Honoring four-legged warriors
Hendricks County residents Theresa Brandon and Kyle Schaefer help form state K-9 association
By Stephanie Dolan
It’s all about the dogs.
Read about it here.
Let’s DO SOMETHING GOOD TOGETHER!
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