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.

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Bak

Bak

MWD (Retired) Bak is a 10-year-old German Shepherd who was purchased in 2006 by the 341st Security Forces Squadron for the Joint Services Military Working Dog Program. He was certified as a Patrol Drug Detector Dog on September 2007 and was assigned to Fort Benning,...

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Gina

Gina

Retired K9 Officer Gina is an explosive detection dog. She worked for the United States Secret Service from 2008 until 2017. Gina has traveled to 18 countries and countless states and cities in support of both the Obama and Trump Presidential administrations. In April...

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Kubo

Kubo

Kubo served as a tactical canine for the US Secret Service from 2008 to 2016. He helped in providing a tactical response to potential threats at the White House, Camp David and many other protective venues both foreign and domestic.

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Nip

Nip

Nip joined Paws of Honor in February 2016.

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Harris

Harris

Retired K9 Harris joined Paws of Honor March 2016.  This is Harris getting ready to enjoy a marinated and grilled steak made by his handler for him for his retirement.  Harris is a black lab that came from puppies behind bars. Harris and I were teamed up together in...

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Maggie

Maggie

Maggie was born on 4/28/13. During her first year, she was raised in a program called Puppies Behind Bars which raises the puppies to become explosive detection canines.  When Maggie was 14 months old, she was picked up by the ATF and enrolled in their program. 16...

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Boris

Boris

Boris served his country for over 8 years by working as an Explosives Detection Canine for the US Government both domestically and overseas. He retired in November 2014 and now gets to stay home, relax, and watch over his human baby brother.

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Baxter

Baxter

Baxter was born in September of 2007 and served his country until 2011. He is a BATF trained Explosive Detection K9. He has done a lot in his career from traveling the world protecting U.S. Interests, traveling with and protecting Government VIP’s, working sporting...

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Ciela

Ciela

U.S. President Barack Obama waves at people in a bank vestibule after he and Vice President Joe Biden (not pictured) bought lunch at a sandwich shop near the White House in Washington, October 4, 2013. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst Ciela’s a sweet near 13-year-old Malinois....

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Ringo

Ringo

K9 Ringo was born in 2003 served the US Government until 2009. He was trained and certified in explosives detection and patrol dog duties. He now lives at home with his handler’s family and spends his days monitoring neighborhood cats and stealing food from...

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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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