We just received a donation from the Valparaiso Firefighters Local 1124 Thank You
Thank You Vale Park Animal Hospital for the donation from your Halloween pet photos. It was enough to stock a little over two kits.
The staff at Vale Park raised $160 from their Halloween party doing pet photos. We thank you for your support and everyone who came out.
Just wanted to share a quick story to thank you all for what you do. My partner is under anesthesia right now getting his paw pad sewn together.
Veterinarian designs Kits for K9's to aid police units. Dr. Lisa Booth enjoys using her medical expertise to help police officers care for their canine partners.
I want to take time to express our gratitude for what you do and your drive to help other in the area of pet safety and medical care. We were lucky enough to have 5 handlers attend they class that was held at the Logansport Police Department over the summer.
I want to thank you and your staff for providing the first aid kits and your class room instruction form me and my K-9. While in Texas training my K-9 partner Zombie, Zombie managed to swallow half a tennis ball.
MICHIGAN CITY — K-9 officers from the Michigan City Police Department and the La Porte County Sheriff's Department learned first aid for their dogs during a training class at the city's police station Monday.
Conducted by veterinarian Dr. Lisa Booth, the class was offered at no charge through Kits for K-9s, a nonprofit dedicated to providing education and materials for emergency K-9 medical attention.
Combining a passion for caring for pets and an admiration for canine law enforcement, local veterinarian Lisa Booth is benefiting both.
The 1994 Portage High School graduate is the founder of Kits for K9s, a nonprofit organization that provides first-aid kits to law enforcement and fire department service dogs.
MALVERN, PA (January 13, 2014) – PuriCore (LSE: PURI), a global company focused on safe and effective protection against the spread of infectious pathogens, today announced that the Company has donated its new safe and effective animal health wound cleanser, NovaZo™ Wound Irrigation Solution, to Kits for K9s, a nonprofit effort to provide veterinary field aid to injured K9 officers. By the end of 2014, nearly 200 Kits for K9s including NovaZo will be distributed to police departments throughout the United States for field care of injured K9 officers.