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The Georgia Police K9 Foundation is proud to announce that K9 Ace of the Broxton Police Department is the latest K9 to receive an American Aluminum Kennel Insert that will keep K9 Ace safe and secure in his mobile office at an estimated value of $3,000.
Kyle Briley, President and Founder of Georgia Police K9 Foundation, explains:
"Our organization is happy to assist K9 units across the State of Georgia in numerous capacities. The K9 team at the Broxton Police Department was in need of a kennel insert and we were more than willing to help them. The kennel insert is a transport area that allows the K9 to be safe while working and serving the citizens of their community. Most kennel inserts take up the area of where a back seat in a vehicle is located, giving the K9 plenty of room to be comfortable and protect them in many situations. It is an honor to help protect K9 Ace and hope he continues to do great things and not have to worry about doing his job in the most secure environment possible. Working together, we really do make a difference."
K9 Ace, a five-year-old German Shepherd, works as a narcotics detection canine. He serves and protects the citizens of Broxton for the mere payment of a reward toy and praise from his handler. Ace loves family time and meeting the wonderful people in the community; however, this K9’s all-time favorite activity is playing the game at work and absolutely loves doing his job.
Georgia Police K9 Foundation (GPK9F) is an All-Volunteer 501(c)3 non-profit, which helps raise awareness within the State and the local communities of the infinite contributions made by the Police K9s and how they save lives to make communities safe.
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