K9 Officers

Donating K9s To Those Who Protect and Serve For Those They Protect and Serve

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K9s Keep Your Community Safe

K9 Officers donates highly skilled dogs to deserving local law enforcement agencies who don’t have the means to purchase or train K9 officers or handlers without our help.

Your donation directly impacts the number of communities we serve.

Make your community a better place. Support the placement of K9 officers with local law enforcement today.

K9s Are Select Dogs with Specialized Training

K9 Officers trains carefully selected dogs, primarily from breeders of German Shepherds and Belgian Malinois with whom we’ve established relationships.

These dog breeds are particularly suited for police work due to their:

  • Size

  • Strength

  • Speed

  • Analytical Skills

  • Fearlessness

  • Loyalty

German Shepherds

German Shepherds are amazingly analytical.

Imagine a scenario in which a perpetrator escapes through a 3rd-story window. A German Shepherd will peer out the window to assess the distance to the ground, find a safe route downstairs, pick up the scent immediately, and apprehend the suspect.

Belgian Malinois

Belgian Malinois are fiercely fearless.

Imagine the same scenario in which a perpetrator escapes through a 3rd story window. A Belgian Malinois will peer out the window to assess the distance to the ground … and jump, apprehending the suspect immediately.

Rescue Dogs

Occasionally, a rescue dog in foster care will exhibit all the characteristics necessary to become an effective K9 officer. K9 Officers has trained and placed 2 rescue dogs: golden retrievers named Dally and Razor.

Help support K9 Officers as they travel the globe to choose the best dogs for law enforcement service.

K9 Success

Our K9s Are Directly Responsible for Helping Seize Over $50 Million in Illegal Drugs

K9s get meth, heroin, and cocaine off the streets of your community.

They also apprehend drug dealers and confiscate cash, handguns, and rifles directly from the hands of criminals, making your community safer for everyone.

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About Our K9s

A K9’s nose is at least 10,000 times better than a human’s, making it excellent at detecting drugs, firearms, explosives, bombs, and electronic devices.

A K9 can smell a teaspoon of sugar in a million gallons of water!

K9s can search an area four times faster than any human.

Dogs have been used since World War I to detect explosives like land mines.

Most K9s begin training at 12-18 months of age. They typically start working at 18-24 months and serve in their departments for 6-8 years.

K9s are trained using rewards including treats and playtime with their handler, NOT by getting dogs hooked on drugs.

K9s continue training and certification to stay in the best physical and mental condition while serving with a law enforcement agency.

When not on active duty, K9s typically live with their handler, the police officer the dog works with.

You should always ask a human officer before you pet a police dog.

About K9 Officers

Our Top K9s

Ancha

Texas Deptment of Public Saftey

Apache

Texas Deptment of Public Saftey

Apollo

Sealy Police Department

Arko

Texas Department of Public Safety

Axel

Thibodaux Police Department

Brutus

Texas Department of Public Safety

Our Sponsors

Legacy Ford of Rosenberg
Partner Industrial
Blue Water Shipping
Aramark
Even Catering Houston TX
Ductz Indoor Air Professionals
Southeast Technical Mechanical

Upcoming Events

2024 Golf Event

2014 K9 Masters Golf Tournament

May 20th, 2024

Klays for K9s event

Klays for K9s

Stay tuned for more info.

Testimonies

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Bob Smith

Longview Police Dept

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Jenny B.

Tyler Sheriff Dept

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Clay Miller

Jacksonville Police Dept

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Matt Davis

Lindale Sheriff Dept

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