Paws Of Honor

Paws Canine Memorial

 

When a beloved canine partner dies, the hole they leave behind can often take years for us to overcome. Paws of Honor gives you the opportunity to memorialize your partner by sharing photos, stories and poems written in your Canines memory.

Below are some of the recent Paws of Honor Canines who have passed.

Paws of Honor is a nonprofit providing continued quality routine and specialized veterinary care to ALL retired Military and Law Enforcement K9s no matter the department, agency or branch of service at no cost to the Handler who becomes financially responsible for them upon retirement. Through Paws of Honor’s Veterinary Affiliates continued medical care is provided to each retired K9 enrolled in our Veterinary Care Program.

By donating your gift directly supports the care of the K9s enrolled in the Paws of Honor Veterinary Care Program!

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Bob

Bob

At 6 months old Bob's breeders donated him and his litter mates to Puppies Behind Bars, a program in the NY prison system which trains puppies for wounded warriors and explosive detection. After 6 months at the Orange County Correctional Facility in NY working with...

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Brodie

Brodie served as an Explosives Detection K9 with the Federal Reserve Police Department in Washington DC for 8 years. The favorite part of his workday was always riding into work and/or getting rewarded with his tennis ball. He retired just days prior is 10th birthday....

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Dover

Dover

 Dover was born January 20th, 2008 and began her career as part of the Puppies Behind Bars program. She went on to become an certified explosives detection canine and retired from the US Marshals Service in January 2018 after 8 1/2 years of dedicated service. Dover...

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Tomas

Tomas

"K9 Tomas is a Belgian Malinois, who was born in Hungary on November 14, 2010.  He worked for five years with the Department of Defense as an explosive detection K9. He searched an estimated 100,000 vehicles in his career. Tomas along with his handler were able to...

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Nero

Nero

K9 Nero is a German Shepherd who was born in the Czech Republic on April 20, 2007. He was certified in explosive detection and partnered with Police Officer Porigow from the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey Police Department. Officer Porigow and Nero were...

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Niko

Niko

K9 Niko is an 8 year old German Shepherd. He retired from the Prince William County Virginia Police Department in April 2019. Niko is enjoying his retirement and will live out his life with his handler and family .     To make a donation to the medical care...

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Dutchess

Dutchess

K9 Dutchess entered into Paws of Honor in 2016, after she officially retired as an Explosive Detection Canine with the Federal Government.               To make a donation to the medical care of Dutchess or any of our other retired...

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Charlie

Charlie

Charlie was born January 08th, 2008, and served in the US army from 2009- August of 2013. According to his military K-9 handler, Charlie conducted over 300 missions in Afghanistan with no death or injuries to US personnel. During Charlie’s Army service he had injured...

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Oscar

Oscar

K9 Oscar retired from the Secret Service on November 1, 2015, at age 10, after 8 years of explosives detection service including Presidential Detail and Special Events. The government, “having determined that the cost of its care and handling is so great…” transferred...

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Capa

Capa

CAPA was awarded the Navy and Marine Corps Commendation Medal for meritorious service while serving as an explosive/patrol working dog, security detachment, fleet activities, Yokosuka from March 2008 to April 2016.  Demonstrating exceptional dedication, Capa completed...

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Lydia Sandoval

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Vicki Kokoskie

Thank You for your Service K9 CJ. RIP

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Michele Stuer

The worst thing about losing your dog is not having someone there to lick your tears away. Rest easy, sweet CJ.

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Liesl Fowler

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