Columbia County Sheriff's Office receives K9 body armor through Brady's K9

The Columbia County Sheriff's Office (Joshua Turner / Banner News)
The Columbia County Sheriff's Office (Joshua Turner / Banner News)

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Sheriff Leroy Martin and The Columbia County Sheriff's Office announced that Brady's K9 Fund has donated ballistic vests to the department's four legged officer, K9 Aslan.

According to the press release Brady's K9 is passionate about supporting our four-legged officers who work tirelessly to keep our community safe. Their organization is dedicated to providing essential equipment and resources to these brave K9s, ensuring they are well-equipped and protected for their entire shift.

Brady's K9 Fund was founded by an 8-year-old boy who felt K9 officers deserve body armor, just like their human partners. Since 2018 Brady's Fund has raised over $1.25M and vested 950+ K9s across all 50 states. Their mission is ongoing!

Residents interested in aiding Brady's mission can visiting his website and learning more about his cause. "Your support and donations go directly to providing essential life saving equipment for these incredible K9 officers. Together, we can ensure our K9 officer and their partner come home safe together," said the Sheriff's Office.

Visit www.Bradysk9fund.com to learn more and contribute to the cause.

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