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lottas: Памятник собаке Билли в Харькове, который работал в одной из спецслужб, искал и находил наркотики. Надпись на могиле: Он сохранил не одну человеческую душу,

lottas: Connecticut Department of Corrections K9 Memorial Dedicated - October 19, 2012 Location - Maloney Center for Training and Staff Development, 275 Jarvis St., Cheshire, CT.

lottas: Northern Illinois Police K9 Memorial Unveiling - September 26, 2012 Location - Highland Memorial Park, Illinois

lottas: Service Dog Memorial Unveiling - June 12, 2012 Location - Entrance of the Foothills Animal Shelter, Colorado This two year project was the idea of Grady Guziak Jensen, 15-year-old member of Boy Scout Troop 130 in Golden, CO. which was his Eagle Scout project. The unveiling was on June 12, 2012. Artist Pat Madison created the sculpture and Jim Dickson of Century Bronze in Golden completed the bronze work for Madisons sculpture and District 5450 Governor James Halderman finished the stonework. The dog wears a backpack and looks out eagerly with ears perked and ready, as if waiting for the command to help. On the north side of the base is the Rotary International logo and motto, Service above self. On the south side of the base is the Boy Scout logo and motto, Do a good turn daily. On the front of the sculpture base is an inscription explaining the project and about how service dogs exemplify both mottos. Jensen got the idea for the project to honor service dogs when his dad, Jefferson County District Attorney Steve attended a police dog training demonstration where his dad wore a bite suit.

lottas: K-9 Police Dog Memorial Unveiling - May 17, 2012 Location - West Bloomfield Police Department, 4530 Walnut Lake Road, Michigan The K-9 Police Dog Memorial was publicly unveiled during a National Police Week memorial ceremony for fallen officers at the West Bloomfield Police Department May 17, 2012. The memorial, created by 14-year-old Boy Scout Joshua Geary, of Boy Scout Troop No. 185 in Waterford, Michigan, includes a bronze German shepherd statue with a badge around its neck. It contains a written passage called A Working Dogs Oath that describes the dedication of a police dog to its human guardian. The final project cost around $7,000. The sidewalk leading to the memorial has a K9 handlers foot prints and to the left of the K9 handlers are K9 paw prints. Both sides of the sidewalk there are donor-inscribed bricks. The teenager thought of the project and over saw it so he could earn Eagle Scout. Geary is the son of West Bloomfield police officer Jim Geary, who was a police dog handler.

lottas: Officer Roy Nelson Memorial Location - New Smyrna Beach Police Station, Florida Officer Roy Nelson and his K9 partner "Ceasar" were both killed in Nelson's squad vehicle in a collision with another vehicle that caused Nelson's vehicle to flip on the South Causeway while answering a call of a reported burglary at 11:40 p.m. on Aug. 13, 2005. Both Nelson and his K9 Ceasar were pronounced dead at the scene. Nelson, 36, had been with the police force seven years. He and his loyal dog, Ceasar, were the first New Smyrna Beach police personnel killed in the line of duty.

lottas: War Dog Monument Unveiling - September 18, 2011 Location - Green Hill Park Worcester, Massachusetts

lottas: German Shepherd Rescue Dog Memorial Location - Diamond in the Pines Park, Coram, New York Dedicated September, 2011 The September 11th memorial at Diamond in the Pines Park was unveiled in September in honor of the 10th anniversary of the attacks on the World Trade Center. This statue serves to honor those brave animals that were vitally important to the rescue and recovery effort following the September 11th attacks, as well as those that provide assistance and companionship to our veterans at home and soldiers overseas. The bronze statue was funded with over $20,000 in private donations to the Rocky Point VFW Post 6249.

lottas: Sgt. Yoris Memorial Location - Adored Pet Cemetery, Johnson City, Tennessee Dedicated May 4, 2011 The large granite monument features a picture of Yoris, along with engravings of his badge and name, and the poem Guardians of the Night engraved on the front. Sgt Yoris was a member of the Elizabethton Police Department in Tennessee who escaped from his kennel on February 6, 2010 and was severely injured during an incident with five boys. Sgt. Yoris was euthanized on February 7, 2010, a day later due to his injuries including stab wounds. Sgt. Yoris handler was Officer Shane Darling. Hitchcock Memorials of Elizabethton designed and paid for the memorial.

lottas: MWD Chyba Location - Rancho Coastal Humane Society in Encinitas, California Dedicated April 16, 2011 Энсинитас – это небольшой прибрежный город в округе Сан-Диего, штат Калифорния , США. В городе был открыт первый в стране частный мемориал в честь четвероногих ветеранов войн. Местное общество защиты животных (RCHS) с гордостью сообщило что это первый мемориал военным собакам в округе Сан-Диего и единственный частный мемориал к западу от Миссисипи. Есть только 8 подобных мемориалов по всей стране и все они устроены за счет государства. 16 апреля 2011 года мемориал был торжественно открыт. Собака на войне это глаза и уши вооруженных сил, и они играют важную роль в сохранении жизни солдат. В ходе своей службы, средняя собака спасает жизнь 150 солдат. Этот частный мемориал в честь четвероногих ветеранов войны стоит как свидетельство их храбрости, отдавших свои жизни, чтобы защитить своих солдат. Памятник напоминает что собаки заслуживают всех почестей и призывает граждан страны рассмотреть вопрос о принятии этих невоспетых героев к себе домой, когда они выходят на пенсию с военной службы. Собаки, к сожалению раньше всегда подтвергались эвтаназии после увольнения с военной службы. В 2000 году президент Клинтон подписал закон 5314, который позволяет военных собак, по выходу на пенсию отдавать в семьи. Как правило, эти собаки передаются военнослужащим, так как они уже имеют опыт обращения с собакой. При сборе средств на мемориал удалось собрать $ 25,000. В статуе в натуральную величину скульптора Т. Бун Пикенс и Мадлен изобразили пса по кличке Шуба, 11-летняя немецкая овчарка, которая была отправлена в отставку с 95-й батальона в Штутгарте, Германия. Шуба личный номер C260 был обучен на обнаружение наркотиков, и служил в Ираке в течение 6 месяцев, с августа 2004 года. Площадка у памятника выложена именными камнями , которые и теперь продаются по цене 150 долларов, для дальнейшего обслуживания мемориала.

lottas: JR Searcy Memorial Unveiling - March 4, 2011 Location - JR Searcy Library - 5775 Jonesboro Rd., West Monroe, LA Cpl. J.R. Searcy, 33, was responding to a call about a reported aggravated assault and was shot twice and killed on 3/4/10 when he arrived at the scene to back up another deputy . The second deputy returned fire, killing the suspect.

lottas: Deputy Matt Williams & K9 Diogi Memorial Location - Entrance of the Polk County Sheriff's Office - Florida Unveiling - January 18, 2011 Polk County Sheriff Deputy, Vernon Matthew "Matt" Williams, 39, was shot and killed along with his K-9 Diogi on September 28, 2006 when he was providing back up at a traffic stop and the man ran into a wooded area and was pursued by Deputy Williams who was then shot eight times and his K9 Diogi shot once and both killed by the suspect. The next day the suspect was shot and killed.

lottas: K9 Jax Memorial Location - Castle Rock, Colorado Unveiling - October 10, 2010 Sculpted by Janene DiRico-Cable K9 Jax served the Castle Rock community for eight years with his handler , Officer Todd Thompson, before retiring. He was euthanized in May 2010 due to illness. On two occasions K9 Jax was credited for saving his handler. The Fraternal Order of Police, Lodge 54 came up with the idea to memorialize K9 Jax and all service dogs with a statue of K9 Jax in the park next to the Castle Rock Police Department. A local artist, Janene DiRico-Cable donating her time and skills for the memorial.

lottas: Virginia Law Enforcement K-9 Memorial Ready to Serve Location - Virginia-Maryland Regional College of Veterinary Medicine Blacksburg, Virginia Unveiling - October 16, 2009 Sculpted by Lawrence Reid Bechtel

lottas: Stanislaus County Sheriff's Department K9 Memorial Dedicated October 2, 2009 Located in California The memorial consists of a 7,000 pound black granite base topped with a full-size bronzed statue of a German Shepherd. The Bradbury family, which owns Stone Bella, donated most of the expenses.

lottas: Pineville Kentucky K-9 Memorial Unveiled September 28, 2009 Sculpted by Jaime Corum

lottas: Vietnam K-9 and Dog Handler Memorial Located at J.P. Case Middle School, 301 Case Boulevard - Flemington, New Jersey Dedicated May 18, 2009

lottas: Moberly War Dog Memorial Moberly, Missouri Dedicated May 12, 2009

lottas: Miami Police K-9 Memorial Located at the Law Enforcement Officers Memorial site in Tropical Park Completed May 1, 2009

lottas: Largo Police Department K9 Memorial Dedicated December 5, 2008 Located at Largo Central Park, Florida

lottas: Alabama War Dogs Memorial Dedicated November 11, 2008 USS Alabama Battleship Memorial Park

lottas: Fort Benton War Dogs Memorial Fort Benton, Montana Dedicated November 11, 2008 Sculptors : Ron Saville & George Conklin

lottas: Faithful Partners-Guardians of the Night Dedicated August 1, 2008 Air Force Armament Museum Eglin Air Force Base Ft Walton Beach, Florida

lottas: Utah Law Enforcement Memorial Dedicated September 6, 2008 Sculptor - Lena Toritch

lottas: War Dog Memorial Fishkill, New York

lottas: Fresno Police Department K9 Memorial Fresno, California Dedicated - November 2007

lottas: Hondo Dog Park Location - 4499 NW 229TH Avenue, Hillsboro, Oregon Opened September 17, 2007

lottas: K9 Schafer Memorial Dedicated August 18, 2007 Located on Vernon Township Front Lawn In Pennsylvania Crawford County First K-9 Sculptor - Brian Sprague

lottas: Bruno served with the Beacon Police Department in New York for ten years and retired in 2003. The 13-year-old German shepherd had degenerative myelopathy and died June 1, 2007. His handler was Detective Mark Thomas.

lottas: Memorial to War Dogs and Their Handlers Installed April of 2007 Utah Veterans Memorial Park Sculptor - Mark Davenport

lottas: War Dog Pal Unveiled November, 2006 Located at York County Rail Trail Heritage Park at King Street, York Pennsylvania. Sculptor - Lorann Jacobs Овчарка Лео – в течение девяти лет трудилась на таможне в аэропорту Амстердама. За это время с ее помощью арестовали около 300 человек, перевозивших наркотики. В общей сложности благодаря Лео было конфисковано три тонны гашиша, тонна марихуаны, 28 килограмм героина и 18 кг кокаина!!! После завершения службы овчарка получила государственную пенсию и ушла на заслуженный отдых в отель для престарелых собак.

lottas: Union County K-9 Memorial Summit, New Jersey Unveiled September 30, 2006 Cost of monument was $15,000 which was paid for by donations.

lottas: Cobb County Police Department Canine Memorial, Georgia The memorial, which cost about $2,200, was paid for with donations. It is located in the interior courtyard of the Cobb police headquarters building on North Marietta Parkway Dedicated July 2006

lottas: Arizona Police K-9 Memorial Dedicated April 7, 2006 The Arizona Police K-9 Memorial was unveiled and dedicated on April 7, 2006. The memorial is located at Wesley Bolin Plaza and was designed by Pat Rehse of Architecture Resource Team, The bronze monument is a life-size German shepherd mounted on a granite bolder with a police gun belt, handcuffs and a radio at its feet. Sculptor Jeff Davenport, a Chandler artist, created the 4-foot-tall bronze statue. Names of the canines are listed who have given the ultimate sacrifice in the line of duty and have died in service, along with the poem Guardians of the Night.

lottas: K-9 Memorial Unveiling - 2006 Location - Concord Police Department, California Boy Scout Andy Farrell helped achieve his goal of Eagle Scout by developing the K9 Memorial wall, dedicated to the past and current working Police K9s of the City of Concord, California. The memorial wall was built in the front lot of the Concord Police Headquarters. The cost of this project was approximately $5000, which was paid for by donations from the Canine Association, the Concord Police Officers Association, and private citizens and businesses. Specialized engraving work was completed by Serenity Headstones in Pittsburg. The memorial was dedicated by city officials in the Summer of 2006.

lottas: War Dog Memorial Long Island, New York Dedicated on October 21, 2005 11 сентября 2001 года в Нью-Йорке был открыт мемориал служебным собакам. Мемориальная доска на памятнике гласит: “Этот мемориал посвящен всем собакам которые служили этой стране добросовестно и честно. Получив статус военных собак, полицейских , поисковых и спасательных собак, они спасли бесчисленное количество жизней за счет своих собственных. Они оставили мысли о доме во времена смуты и их воспоминания останутся навсегда в наших сердцах.”

lottas: 9/11 Memorial Garden Dedicated on August 26, 2005 New York A 9/11 Memorial Garden was opened to the public on Aug. 26, 2005. The SUNY Farmingdale 9/11 Memorial Garden has a German Shepherd moving down an eight-foot I-beam with vest and booties going toward a crushed New York City firefighters helmet. Part of the sculpture consists of recovered materials from Ground Zero. The life size bronze sculpture is by Liza Todd-Tivey.

lottas: Staten Island War Dog Memorial Dedicated October 29, 2004 Sculptor - Robert Flood

lottas: Памятник поисково-спасательным собакам. Solid bronze German Shepherd dog sculpture, named "DOGNY", "America's Tribute to Search and Rescue Dogs" donated to the State of Georgia and placed outside the Department of Agriculture to serve as a permanent tribute to America's search and rescue dogs.

lottas: Sirius Dog Park Located in Dennis P. Collins Park West 1st Street in Bayonne, New Jersey Police K9 Sirius (badge #17) was a four-and-a-half-year old, yellow Labrador Retriever. He was an Explosive Detection Dog with the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey Police Department. Sirius, and his handler, Police Officer David Lim, were assigned to the World Trade Center in New York. Sirius was the only police dog to perish during the attack on the Twin Towers � he died when Tower Two collapsed. His body was recovered on January 22, 2002. Sirius was posthumously awarded the Victoria Cross at the British Embassy in Manhattan.



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