Welcome to K-9 Officers Donation Page

A partner is a good thing to have when things get tough and dirty.  K-9 officers have been a big help to Northern Colorado Law Enforcement Agencies.   Code3promotions, LLC is proud to announce our partnership with NORTHERN COLORADO COMRADS FOR K9 OFFICERS

Help A K-9 OFFICER TODAY

Your support and contributions will enable us to meet our goals and improve conditions. Your generous donation will fund our mission.

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NOCO Comrades for K-9 Officers is a 501c(3) eat. 2017

Welcome

Mission:

The Northern Colorado Comrades for K-9 Officers organization exists to assist the Northern Colorado Law Enforcement K-9 Units with financial aid for the following: safety equipment (such as bullet resistant vests), training, veterinary care for both active and retired K-9's, and end of life care for active and retired K-9's, assist with the acquisition of new K-9's, and assist in community outreach to enhance the awareness of both active and retired K-9's value within our community. 

k-9 heroes helped

K9 MONTE - LOVELAND PD

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 K9 Monte is a 5 year old Belgian Malinois and has been serving the Loveland Police Department and surrounding community for 3 years. Monte is certified in narcotic detection and patrol functions. 

Monte recently received a donation from NOCO Comrades to cover the entire cost of medical procedure to prevent bloat. This is a life saving procedure and through your generous contributions we were able to provide this opportunity. 

K9 JOJO - LOVELAND PD

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K9 Jojo is a 2 year old Labrador Retriever imported from Europe. Jojo has been serving the Loveland Police Department and surrounding community for 1 year. K9 Jojo is certified in explosive detection and search and rescue functions. 

Jojo recently received a donation from NOCO Comrades to cover the entire cost of medical procedure to prevent bloat. This is a life saving procedure and through your generous contributions we were able to provide this opportunity.Having a big sale, on-site celebrity, or other event? Be sure to announce it so everybody knows and gets excited about it.

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NOCO Comrades Advocates

Our board is comprise of Northern Colorado business owners and professionals, veterinarians, law enforcement and community leaders. We meet once a month and plan annual events to help raise funds for our critical mission. All proceeds raised go directly to helping the Northern Colorado Law Enforcement K9's.

THESE K-9 OFFICERs NEED YOUR HELP

K9 Brisco

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Brisco recently retired from the Loveland Police Department after 7 years of service. Brisco is a Belgian Malinois imported from France and served the department with honor. Our non-profit is seeking financial assistance in providing Brisco with pet insurance to help cover any unforeseen medical costs.  

K9 Tylon

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Tylon is a 4 year old Belgian Malinois and German Shepard mix that currently serves the Loveland Police Department and NOCO. Tylon is in need of a surgery that helps to prevent bloat. The surgery is completed with a scope to help get Tylon back to work as soon as possible. Your financial gift can help get Tylon the surgery he needs. 

K9 Pako

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Pako is a 3 year old Belgian Malinois that currently serves the Loveland Police Department and NOCO. Pako is in need of a surgery that helps to prevent bloat. The surgery is completed with a scope to help get Pako back to work as soon as possible. Your financial gift can help get Pako the surgery he needs.

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NOCO Comrades History

The Northern Colorado Comrades for K-9 Officers non-profit organization was created in January of 2017 after learning about the significant costs of operating a K-9 Unit to keep our community safe. In addition, we learned that once a K-9 is retired to their assigned handler, it is typical for an agency to no longer cover the food or medical costs. This tragic event played out for us first hand, when we watched a handler struggle to afford the medical bills for his recently retired K9. This drew us to act and thus NOCO Comrades for K-9 was born.