Archives for March 2017

AmazonSmile Purchases Support K9s Today Only

Help K9s by shopping today only! Amazon.com is celebrating its #1 ranking in customer satisfaction by the ACSI and today only, March 16, Amazon will donate 5% (10 times the usual donation rate) of the price of your eligible Amazon Smile purchases to Project Paws Alive.

Get started at http://www.smile.amazon.com/ch/46-0874586 and be sure to select Project Paws Alive as your supported charity. Thank you & Please share!

Nominate An Arson K9 for the Hero Dog Awards!

Nominate your K9 for the American Humane Association Hero Dog Awards. For the sixth year Project Paws Alive has been proudly selected as a charity Partner for the Hero Dog Awards event. We’d like to invite you to submit your Hero Dog for inclusion in the national competition. You and your K9 can be a spotlighted nominee with a chance to share your K9 story. The nominees get flown out to Los Angeles for the televised award event hosted by the Hallmark Channel and top-tier celebrities. Best of all the event brings much needed focus to these hero dogs and the work they do, as well as raises funds for nonprofits like ours.

Below is the link to submit your Hero Dog. It’s fast and easy. Also below is more detail about the event. I won’t be shy in asking that if you do submit, please select Project Paws Alive as your Charity Partner. The Charity Partner of each Hero Dog category receives a donation from the American Humane Association to assist with our causes. Project Paws Alive is a nationwide nonprofit that provides protective K9 equipment to underfunded Law Enforcement, Fire/Arson, Search & Rescue, and Military K9 Units nationwide. For more information on us: https://www.ProjectPawsAlive.org

Hero Dog Nomination Link: http://herodogawards.org/nominate/

Hero Dog “About Us” Page: http://herodogawards.org/about-us/

Madison Heights PD K9 Grim Fundraiser

Project Paws Alive has kicked off a fundraiser for K9 Grim of the Madison Heights (MI) Police K9 Unit.

K9 Grim needs a K9 vehicle alert system to help keep him safe while he’s on duty.

The K9 Heat Alarm units monitor and alert on vital components including temperature, vehicle battery voltage, engine stall, and include a door-popper system. This system not only makes automatic corrective actions to the heat such as opening windows and turning on fans, it audibly and visually alerts everyone nearby.As a last measure, the system will open the vehicle door allowing the K9 to exit. From beginning to end the officer is alerted via horns, sirens, lights and digital transmitters worn on their person. The unit also includes a cold temp alert should the vehicle temp drop below a set degree for year-round K9 protection.

Systems also include the “No K9 Left Behind” feature which is exclusive to Ace K9 systems and provides an end of shift system monitor which will alert and continue to alert until the door to the K9 has been fully opened to release the K9 and the officer has acknowledged the release of the K9. Thus providing yet another layer of safety to protect against distractions and other instances where a K9 may be accidentally left in a vehicle at the end of shift.

The AceWatchDog application is a another feature of the system that allows 24/7 live system monitoring on smartphones and enables multiple resources such as other handlers and supervisors to monitor the system and receive notifications via their phone to ensure the utmost peace of mind that the K9 is safe.

Please help us fund K9 Grim’s vehicle alarm system by making a tax-deductible donation today.

Our goal is to raise $1,400 to provide this vital equipment.

Online donations can be made by clicking HERE.

Checks can also be mailed to Project Paws Alive, 1911 Grayson Highway, Suite 8-158, Grayson, GA 30017. Please make all checks payable to Project Paws Alive and include “Madison Heights” in the memo line.

About: Project Paws Alive, Inc. is a nationwide 501c3 nonprofit that is 100% volunteer run. Our mission is to provide protective K9 equipment to underfunded law enforcement, fire, rescue and military K9 units throughout the United States. For more information please visit http://www.ProjectPawsAlive.org