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Retired K9, Angus, Passes Away Suddenly From Cancer

Sgt. Oliveira's recently retired K9, Angus, passed away suddenly on April 1, 2011 . He was diagnosed with cancer that had spread throughout his body. He served the community for over 7 years and loved his job. He was a fearless and noble protector. He wore his badge with honor every day, to keep citizens safe and out of harms way.  RIP K9 Angus. You will be sorely missed by your police family and your family at home.  To see a tribute video of K9 Angus, click here  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G5mx33l7gFE

Thank You for Another Successful Fundraiser



UPDATE: We had another successful K9 Comedy Night thanks to all our Donors, Sponsors and Supporters!  Thank you again!

The Sacramento Police Canine association will host its 16th Annual Comedy Night fundraiser at the Sacramento Punchline Comedy Club on March 28, 2011. 

 TICKETS FOR THE EVENT ARE SOLD OUT

All proceeds from this event will be used for the following:

  • Community youth programs and relations (K-9 demonstrations and trading cards)
  • Veterinary care for retired police canines
  • Burial expenses for police & search and rescue canines
  • Canine safety and training equipment

The success of the Sacramento Police Canine Association is directly dependent upon the raffle (prize drawing) that we hold at the Comedy Night.  We are asking for donations of merchandise, complimentary passes, or gift certificates that can be given away as raffle prizes.   

Please call 916-551-4300 or send all donations and correspondence to:

Sacramento Police Canine Assoc.
550 Bercut Dr
Sacramento, CA 95811

Thank you!

Red Cross Honors Police Dog For Heroism

Bank Heist Suspects Nabbed After Crash

Two people wanted in connection with a Sacramento County bank heist were arrested after a chase and crash Tuesday afternoon.

Read more: Bank Heist Suspects Nabbed After Crash

'Bandit's Buddies' Fundraiser a Doggone Success

By CELIA GREEN / Valley Community Newspapers writer

While other students are scrambling to finish their Senior Projects, Otto Ducey will be at ease, since he finished his Senior Project in late July, before his senior year even began, by raising funds for the Sacramento Police Department K9 Unit.


2016 WSPCA K9 Trials
Visit  
www.wspca.net for more info.

Aug 5th – Vacaville PD

Sept 9th – South Lake Tahoe PD