Our Shoe Drive – 2021

(Los Angeles, CA, 2021) – Our organization is conducting a shoe drive fundraiser set to run from 11/1/21 – 12/31/21 to raise funds for new K-9s & equipment for the team. We will earn funds based on the total weight of the pairs of gently worn, used and new shoes collected, as Funds2Orgs will issue a check for the collected shoes. Those dollars will benefit the K-9 team directly!


K9 Iggy – June 2021

Recently, LAPD Officers responded to an “ADW in progress” near 70th and Figueroa. When the officers attempted to render aid to the victim, the suspect fled. The officers set a one-block perimeter around the armed suspect and requested K9 personnel to search. K9-9 Schwab was the primary handler. K9 deployed two search teams into the […]


New Tactical Flood Lights

The Los Angeles Police K9 Fund is planning to buy 5 brand new tactical flood lights for the K9 unit. These assist the team when they search into attics, crawl spaces and drain pipes. You can always support the team by donating here on our site: https://losangelespolicek9fund.org/donate/


Our New Dogs: Part 5 – The Next Level

Remember these faces? Dag and Dart have both passed into the next level of their training, and they have been assigned to Officers Christopher Jones and Maricela Corral,  respectively.The bonds between the K-9s and their handlers will strengthen and their skills will improve as they progress through the training process.


Our New Dogs: Part 4 – Dag

Meet K9 Dag, the 4th young Malinois currently training with the LAPD Metro K9 Platoon. Dag is a litter mate to Dart, born and bred in Slovakia. He already looks as though he loves his job! On average, it takes 3 to 6 months for a K9 to become fully certified for field work. Follow […]

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Our New Dogs: Part 2 – Rocky

  The second of four fledging Malinois K-9s is Rocky, from the Netherlands, also training for a slot on the Los Angeles Police Metro K-9 Platoon. Don’t that sleepy look fool you, when he gets in the field, he’s all get-up-and-go! Can he develop the laser-like focus needed to avoid distractions by cats or squirrels? […]