A HERO FOR OUR HEROES
Copyright © Daniel Murray.
HOW WILL YOU BE USING THE FUNDS DONATED BY YOUR VISITORS?
We’ll shop till we drop!! We’re kidding, well sort of. We will be using the money to purchase all items that will be needed to train just one service dog. This includes but is not limited to, cost of training by the service dog trainer, transportation fees, and adoption fees, spay or neuter the dog before handing him to our veteran, any vaccinations the dog might need, treats for training purpose, and the proper leash for training.
HOW CAN OTHERS CONTRIBUTE TO K9 KARMA? ARE THERE VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES?
Others could contribute by their donations, purchasing items from our online store, and spreading the word about K9 Karma. We are always willing to accept training gifts for our service dogs, things like – dog treats, collars or leashes. We do have some volunteers that are willing to help us with the marketing, and promotions but we haven't started adverting for trainers. If you are interested in becoming a volunteer dog trainer, please visit our "contact us" tab and send us your information.
ARE THERE SPECIFIC NEEDS AT K9 KARMA THAT WOULD BE GREAT TO BE FILLED?
The main needs are donations. Since our organization fees are purely coming out of our pockets, we are always in need of donations and sponsorships. The costs for training a service dog is very expensive and remember, we’re doing this all for free, so donations are always a need. Not only does it help the cost of training, but also helps with the cost of leashes, treats, collars, veterinarian bills, etc... The biggest thing to remember is, no matter the time or cost, our veterans need us and no matter what, we aren’t going to turn anyone away. We need the support any way we can get it.
Make sure to share our great cause on all your favorite social media sites!
non profit organization
You don't have to fight the silence alone.
WHAT IS K9 KARMA?
K9 Karma is a non-profit organization that helps combat veterans live a normal life with the use of a service dog. It also provides help and comfort for veterans (and civilians) that have PTSD due to sexual assault.
It’s our goal to promote wellness to help a veteran
choose life over suicide.