Canines are a proven law enforcement tool that has the potential to save officers time and lives. Their keen sense of hearing, smell (olfactory) coupled with their speed and agility can locate people or objects, such as evidence, in less time than officers. In high risk situations, the canine can approach or subdue a person without personal injury risk to officers, who can otherwise have to deal with the incident alone.

 

POLICE CANINES.

SAVING LIVES.

OUR MISSION

 Paws 4 Law Foundation is a non-profit 501(c)3 organization dedicated to raising awareness and support for the Murrieta Police Dept K-9 Unit and other K-9 Units within Riverside county. 

Funds raised go towards items such as:

 

Equipment utilized for training of law enforcement canines

Needed equipment for handlers that the department does not provide

Safety equipment for law enforcement canines

Training, seminars and competitions for the K9 Handlers and their K9 partners

Funeral and burial costs for the retired law enforcement canines

The purchasing and maintenance of agility equipment for K9 training

 

MEET THE CANINES

THE K9 HANDLERS

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BUCK

Buck is a Belgian Malinois who was born in the Netherlands. The Malinois breed is a favorite of Military and Law Enforcement Units around the globe. Malinois are quick learners and eager to do whatever their people ask of them. They excel in obedience, tracking, agility, flyball, herding, showing, search and rescue, police work, Schutzhund, and other protection sports.

DUKE

Duke is a Bloodhound who was on the East Coast of the United States. Boodhounds have a great sense of smell which researchers estimate is at least 1,000 times stronger than a human's. Once a bloodhound finds a scent trail matching the odor image, it can follow that specific smell despite all the other odors in the environment. Bloodhounds have been known to follow a scent trail for more than 130 miles.

PAK

Pak is a Belgian Malinois who was born in Germany. The Malinois breed is a favorite of Military and Law Enforcement Units around the globe. Malinois are quick learners and eager to do whatever their people ask of them. They excel in obedience, tracking, agility, flyball, herding, showing, search and rescue, police work, Schutzhund, and other protection sports.

CANINE DEMOS

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Paws 4 Law Foundation is completely independent of the Murrieta Police Department and the City of Murrieta.  The non-profit 501(c)3 Foundation receives no public funding from any governmental source.  All monies raised by its volunteer members stay within the organization and are used to improve the performance and quality of life of active and retired police canines.

Throughout the year, our supporters host various fundraising events for us. From fun runs to golf tournaments, every fundraiser has an impact on our mission. Click Here to learn about our fundraising process. Or contact info@paws4law.org

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