A 3rd grader from Ohio started a nonprofit called Brady's K9 Fund.
Brady Snakosky has donated money to the Danbury Police Department to outfit K9s Gunner, Cael and Dirk with state of the art ballistic and stab proof vests. He believes that all K9 officers should have full protection like their handers. Danbury Police Chief Patrick Ridenhour says Brady hopes to one day become a police K9 handler.
The vests are manufactured by Line of Fire Defence Systems. Ridenhour says this will allow the dogs to better serve the community. The City Council accepted the donation Tuesday and sent a letter of thanks and praise to Brady.
(Photo: k9gunnerdpd Instagram)