Paws Of Honor

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Sponsor a K9

Each day retired working dogs across the country need veterinary care. The branches of military service or law enforcement departments they once worked for no longer cover the costs associated with their care upon retirement. This includes any physical or veterinary care needed to ensure a long healthy life following years of dedicated service.

 

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HELP A Retired Canine

SPONSOR A K9

Paws of Honor ensures these K9s receive the quality care they deserve by covering 100% of  Veterinary Care costs continuing the dogs overall health and wellness. You can help by sponsoring one of these dogs in their retirement. 

MakING a Donation

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HOW?

Sponsorship Opportunities per K9

(based on average cost of care and number of retirement years): 

  

Sponsor Levels

Lifetime Sponsorship:             $6,500

Yearly Sponsorship:               $1,625

Monthly Sponsorship:            $140

 

Sponsor a K9 individually! Sponsor a K9 with your entire family! Sponsor a K9 with a group of friends or coworkers! Corporate and Small Business Sponsors are encouraged to help make an impact by Sponsorship! Sponsor In Memory of a loved one or K9 Partner!

 

Sponsors will each receive a coveted Paws of Honor Challenge Coin and be featured on our online Wall of HONOR recognizing their generosity and giving level timeframe (Monthly, Yearly, Lifetime), as well as be listed on the specific K9 Bio Browsing Page!

 

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What Drives Us

Our Mission

The goal of Paws of Honor (POH) is to provide veterinary care and products at no charge for retired military and law enforcement K9s that have served our country, domestically or abroad. Retired K9s deserve accessible, high quality veterinary care in return for their commitment and sacrifice for our country and the monetary burden associated with veterinary care should not fall on the shoulders of the owner once the K9 has been decommissioned.

Cesar

K9 Cesar proudly served as an explosives detection canine for the United States Secret from July 2012 until retirement in May of 2020. During his tenure Cesar traveled all over the world and worked in just about every state. Cesar also enjoyed making appearance at...

Ringo

  To make a donation in support of the Veterinary Care Program that supports Ringo’s medical expenses click the link below. You can make a one-time donation, schedule a recurring gift and even direct your gift to a specific dog:  [give_donation_form...

Quigley

  To make a donation in support of the Veterinary Care Program that supports Quigley’s medical expenses click the link below. You can make a one-time donation, schedule a recurring gift and even direct your gift to a specific dog:  [give_donation_form...

Gary

  To make a donation in support of the Veterinary Care Program that supports Gary’s medical expenses click the link below. You can make a one-time donation, schedule a recurring gift and even direct your gift to a specific dog:  [give_donation_form...

Phred

This is Phred, a fun loving Lab that was raised in a female prison with the Puppies Behind Bars program. He has been an awesome partner and fun travel companion....

Gento

Gento is a former explosives detection K9 who served our country with the Secret Service protecting our President and other government officials.

Buddy

Buster is a dual purpose patrol/narcotics K9 from Slovenia who spent 9.5yrs withthe Fairfax County Police. During his career, Buster seized multiple narcotics and US currency, Locateda lot of evidence/property, assisted on warrant services, high risk traffic stops,...