Saskatoon Police Service K-9 2017 Calendar

For the second year in a row, the Saskatoon Police Service’s K-9 unit has put together a calendar with proceeds supporting the Stryker K-9 Care Fund for retired police dogs.

This fund is one of the first of its kind in Canada. The Stryker K-9 Care Fund was established by the Saskatchewan SPCA to help owners with the cost of emergency and routine veterinary care for retired police dogs. The program is open to police dogs that have retired from active service with the RCMP or a municipal police force in Saskatchewan.

The calendars can be purchased for $10 at the following Saskatoon locations:

  • Saskatoon Police Service headquarters (76 25th St. E.)
  • Saskatchewan SPCA offices (519 45th St. W.)
  • Early’s Farm and Garden Centre (51st St. & Lorne Ave. locations)
  • Arlington Animal Hospital (3010-B Arlington Ave.)

For more information on the Stryker K-9 Care Fund, click here.

Stryker K-9 Care Fund Featured in the Saskatoon Express

The December 7th issue of the Saskatoon Express featured an article on Saskatoon police officer, Cst. Lorne Ingram and the Stryker K-9 Care Fund. In the article, Cst. Ingram talks about Stryker and the health issues that ultimately lead to the retired police dog’s passing. Cst. Ingram also talks about his new canine partner, Jet.

Learn more about Cst. Ingram, his canine pals, the Stryker K-9 Fund for retired police dogs, and the calendar fundraising initiative spearheaded by Ingram in the latest issue of the Saskatoon Express.