K9 Mac – Village of Newark Police Department NY

K9 Mac is in need of a kennel, door pop + heat alarm system, ballistic vest, and a Ranger K9 Trauma Kit. Donate today to make this grant possible!
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Here’s how this equipment both helps Mac and Officer Weeger on the job.

An in-squad kennel allows the K9 to be safely transported when on the job! It fits securely into the rear seat of the squad and provides roll-cage level protection while a K9 is at work, on the road, and away from home.

The door pop allows the K9 handler officer to remotely unlatch the door so their K9 may exit the squad car and come to their aid, should a call for service take a turn for the more dangerous; while, the heat alarm system monitors the interior air temperature of the squad car and sets off the sirens, lights, alarms, and rolls down the windows of the car to help ensure that a K9 doesn’t suffer from heat trauma if the temperature rises into a dangerous threshold.

A ballistic vest protects against standard issue caliber rounds for common guns. The vest is inserted into a carrier made of a rip-stop material that helps to deflect punctures as well. This vest provides the same level of protection that the human counterparts of these K9s are required to wear for their job.

The Ranger K9 Trauma Kit provides sterile, veterinary grade, K9-specific supplies to assist an officer in providing aid to their K9 in the event of an on-the-job incident or injury. This kit includes a canine oxygen mask, along with other first aid items, a quick reference sheet for K9 vitals and dosing, and comes in a heavy-duty, canvas bag which is embroidered with emblems ensuring that it is easily identifiable for K9 use.

K9 Mac is a 4-year-old Belgian Malinois certified in Patrol, Tracking/Trailing, and Narcotics. He is partnered with Officer Daniel Weeger of the Village of Newark, New York Police Department. The K9 team has assisted in taking countless drugs off the street in narcotics interdiction. They have also participated in the Rochester, New York Fashion Week in which officers and firefighters helped raise funds for homeless children. Mac is a “regular” in all the local elementary schools and the kids love to play with him during recess. At home, he doesn’t get treats; however, he is certain to get an ice cube if anyone else does!

 

 

NOTE: The funds collected as part of this fundraiser will be allocated to the agency’s Equipment Grant Application with Hero K9 for their K9. Should the application status change and/or if donations received are in excess of the goal amount, donations will be directed to the organization’s general fund to provide additional equipment grants and cover operational costs and/or other business-related expenses.