Going To The Dogs Presents Vest to Missouri Highway Patrol Troop D – Carthage, Missouri

JOPLIN, Mo. – Canine Hugo received his new piece of equipment at the Troop D service center. An event was held for the presentation of the vest by Going to the Dogs, an organization that cares for animals. Representatives say they’ve always been fascinated with the canines in law enforcement. “If they do get attacked, if they get shot, I hope that this, my goal is this vest saves their life,” explained Donna Wilson with the organization. Read...

Missouri State Highway Patrol K9 Officer Receives Protective Vest

A nonprofit group formed to provide life-saving protective gear to canine officers gifted Jampy, a Missouri State Highway Patrol dog, with a vest that could save his life. Jampy is a three-and-a half-year-old member of the patrol and has a service track record to prove he is a valuable asset to the law enforcement agency. Donna Wilson from the group Going to the Dogs presented the $1,000 protective vest to Jampy in a news conference held on Tuesday, February 14 at Troop A Headquarters located at 504 SE Blue Parkway in Lee’s Summit. The vest was the first one the group has given to the Missouri Highway Patrol. Read...

Going To The Dogs – Made the News!

Grant Schroeder, seven years old, worked three days selling cookies and koolaid to friends, neighbors and local police officers. Because of his work, he raised $1200 for Going To The Dogs. We presented K9 Axel with his vest and he was thrilled with the protection it will provide. Thank you, Grant, for your hard work and making this happen! Check out the video from KMBC.  ...