Why we Raise, Train, and Donate K9s
It takes a special dog to be a working police K-9. Usually Belgian Malinois, German Shepherds, or a mix of the two, future officers live in-house with Bryan and his family for daily training. Dogs are raised and trained one or two at at time, learning the skills they need to work patrol and/or detection. To fully train a dog to the point that he/she is ready to join the force can take as much as a year and cost thousands of dollars. The receiving police department or SAR organization that receive the dog will be saving thousands of dollars and given a dog that is ready to do his/her job.
People that work with our dogs.
Join K9CS, Inc. (K-9 CRIME STOPPERS) on Friday, June 9th, from 6-9pm, for our “Pints for Puppies!” fundraiser graciously hosted by Turnpike Motors Auto Body at 2550 Berlin Turnpike, Newington, CT 06111. BevMax of Wethersfield is serving up samples of delicious beers from local & national craft breweries, Tito’s vodka and tasteful wineries. Tickets are[…]
K9cs trainers Raul Octaviani and Bryan Colletti were at one of their normal training sessions and someone happened to get it on video. Raul posted it and it went “viral” garnering over 3 million views and counting! See it here or see it LIVE at one of our demos, a training session, but hopefully not[…]
“Medaglia Di Servizio” award Dinner Bryan and K9CS, Inc. are honored to be awarded Wethersfield UNICO’s 5th annual “Medaglia Di Servizio.” Join us at a dinner for the event on Saturday, March 12th at the Wethersfield Country Club. Click on UNICO’s Facebook link above to find out more information. As a proud Italian-American, Bryan is[…]
Join K9CS in Winter 2016 as we host K9 Seminars with 2 of the world’s top dog trainers! Deb Zappia recently became the first Amercian to win the WUSV World Championship (and only 2nd female!) in the sport of Schutzhund. Patrice Foucault has won the Cup of France multiple times with multiple dogs in the sport[…]
K9CS was proud to be a participant of Dream Ride for the third year in a row. The photo with the Patriot cheerleaders and Raul & Pi is courtesy of the Dream Ride website. We thank Bozzuto’s and Dream Ride for inviting us back and thank all of the Special Olympics members and thousands and[…]
BIG thanks to the Petco Foundation’s Together We Can in-store fundraising campaign. Every donation is appreciated by this helpful organization. The Newington, CT store on Kitts Lane has been a great partner to our charity, please visit and tell them thanks for us!
K9CS was honored to be a part of the special Red, White & Blue day to honor Police, Fire and EMT at the New Britain Rock Cats night on Friday, August 28th. Bryan, Candice and Raul, along with Pi and Dolmen made a great impression on the crowd as they demonstrated fantastic K9 protection training[…]
We have been featured in the Hartford Courant! Thanks to David Butler II for some special photos. You can read the article online by clicking on this post, and then this link: Read Hometown Hero Article HERE
INTRODUCING another great way to support K-9 Units across the country! By clicking this link you can now donate your car, have it towed, with no cost to you AND a portion of the proceeds go to K-9 CRIME STOPPERS! Just think – that car that you have a hard time selling can go[…]
HUGE thanks to The Manchester Road Race Committee for selecting K9CS as one of the many charities that received a donation from the 2014 Manchester Road Race last Thanksgiving! We are honored to be a special part of this well-organized, fun, famous and charitable race. K-9 CRIME STOPPERS was founded and cultivated in Manchester and[…]