Check out photographs of some of the dogs our organization has donated over the years, along with their handlers! Layka – Officer Ramirez Silas – Officer Wills Aro – Officer Kniss Tyson – Officer Ramirez Fred – Officer Amador
Proud that one of our own (K9 Achal was donated by us) was able to assist in the arrest: ENTIRE STORY: On February 16th, Officer Dan Cota and K9 Achal responded to a vehicle pursuit at Hansen Dam. The suspect rolled a stolen vehicle on Wentworth Street, crawled out, and jumped a nearby fence while […]
With a very heavy heart I want to let you all know that K9 King lost his battle with cancer today. K9 King, Serial No. 289, EOW 01/18/2019 @ 1512 hours. King was diagnosed with cancer a few months ago. With the vet’s approval, King worked until he couldn’t. King went on for a follow […]
The Los Angeles Police K9 Fund honors and mourns this courageous K9 team. Support your local K9 teams by donating now here. Donate Link WELLINGTON, Fla. – A police dog was killed and a man suspected of attempted murder was wounded Monday in a shootout outside the Mall at Wellington Green in Palm Beach County, […]
CASH, the new “Demo Dog” of the LAPD Metro K-9 Platoon, made a recent appearance at our First Annual Pancake Breakfast Fundraiser, held October 6, 2018 in Woodland Hills, California. He was handled by LAPD Metro K-9 Chief Trainer Sgt. Michael Goosby. Taro, trained to find guns and explosives, pays attention to his handler, Officer […]
We were happy to provide the Metro Division K-9 Unit with Team Wendy light weight helmets for their safety and comfort. Weighing less than 3 pounds (15 to 25% lighter than the helmets supplied by LAPD), with a platform to mount a camera system, flashlight, oxygen mask or other tool, they are designed to absorb […]
At approximately 10:00 a.m. on January 1, 2016 7 members of the LAPD Metro K9 Platoon and K9 Edo (now retired) developed a plan of action to rescue two hostages who had been shot and were being held by a suspect who was responsible for a series of armed robberies and a homicide. As the […]
K9 Cash made his debut today at the Elysian Park Academy, for the SWAT Officer John Kent event.
The LAPD Explosives Detection Canine Section is pleased to welcome aboard four new K9 teams to the family.
K9 Handler Al Governale and K9 Aron were recognized for their transition from the training field to Limited Certification, on Law Enforcement Appreciation Day at Dodgers Stadium. Good job guys! #LAPDK9 @lapdk9