2014 Annual Report

Training

Our first year was busy and amazing we meet our goal of 100 kits and exceeded it. Our training was free to law enforcement and firefighters. K9 Handlers received the field first aid kits for free. Firefighters received instruction on oxygen mask usage and Pet CPR.

  • 156 K9 Handlers Training that are part of National and International law enforce and military organizations.
  • 146 Kits for K9's Field First Aid Kits donated to K9 Handlers.
  • 10 General CPR Classes
  • 9 Fire Department Classes
  • 1 First Responder Class

Corporate Donations

Our corporate partners where amazing in 2014 we hope to continue these partnerships in 2015.

Budget

With our great donors where able to build over 100 kits this year. Thank you local businesses and individuals for donating.

Amount Description
$6,090.40 Monetary Donations
$855.55 Field First Aid Duffle Bags
$3606.77 Field First Aid Kit Supplies
$500 Special Purchase for Mushers Secret
$1128.08 To Start 2015

Goals For 2015

  • Quick Clot Gauze great for large bleeding wounds that are life threatening to be added to every kit.
  • Work with more Police and Working Dog Training Facilities to help improve their first aid training.
  • Expand our Pet CPR and First Aid Classes.
  • Host a large fundraiser.

Recent News

Thank You NaturVet for your support.

We would like to thank Naturvet for their continued support of Kits for K9's. Every year naturvet donates Pet electrolyte solution for us to include in our first aid kits. We are so lucky to have an organization like this support out K9's.

Donation for Narcan - From Lucee and Miana

Kits for K9s mission is to train Police Officers with basic trauma care for their canine partners and give them the supplies they need to stabilize a dog to transport them to veterinary clinic.

Canine Drug Overdose

Police canines face many of the same challenges police officers do, stabbed, shootings and being assaulted. The biggest threat lately is illegal drug ingestion. Marijuana can cause issues but usually never fatal. Opioids are the largest threat right now to our canines.