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    Due to the Coronavirus all three K9 Veterans Day events scheduled in CT, NY, NJ have been postponed. The events will be rescheduled once the Coronavirus situation has resolved.

    March 15 K9 Veterans Day ceremony – Cancelled – Noon– 1:30pm at the Park Ridge Elks Club, 13 Sulak Lane, Park Ridge, NJ
    March 13 K9 Veterans DayCancelled – Private event (by invitation only) in NY City.
    March 13 K9 Veterans Day ceremony Noon – Cancelled – 1:00pm at the  Hartford State Armory, 360 Broad St, Hartford, CT 06106
    February 18 TOHF attends screening of To Be of Service”. A film about veterans with PTSD and their service dogs; hosted by CT State Representative Robin Comey at the Connecticut State Capitol.
    February TOHF to gift another police dog to Paterson NJ Police K9 unit.
    February 6 TOHF’s Girl Scout Gold Award candidate, Caroline, was recognized by her hometown leadership for her K9 oxygen mask project which is expanding nationally. Local police praise Caroline for an outstanding job. Congratulations Caroline!
    February 3 TOHF receives a The Home Depot Foundation grant of $3,500 for Girl Scout Gold Award candidate, Kelly’s, serenity room project to help a disabled NJ veteran and his service dog. Thank You!

    • January – TOHF continues its year-long mission of shipping Military Working Dog (MWD) supplies to America’s troops deployed in Afghanistan, Cuba, Kuwait, South Korea, and Saudi Arabia. Thank You!
    January and ongoing TOHF is working on a new multidisciplinary interoperability K9 national security training program, headed by Dr. Richard Vargus (ret LTC) and international military working dog experts.
    January TOHF receives Bergen County NJ Chief of Police donation of $500 – Thank You!
    January Helps disabled CT veteran with service dog and family emergencies.
    January TOHF and FFSDF’s service dog, K9 Johnstone, makes a lifesaving discovery for a five year-old child of a disabled veteran.
    January 23 TOHF holds two conference calls with Dr. Vargus (retired LTC), Chief Roy and Lois Gross of SPCA, and Ramapo Rescue Dog Association about the K9 national security training program.
    January 22 Volunteers Paula Smith, owner of Your Event, and Barbara Ross, owner of Ross Communications, join TOHF in the planning of a private K9 Veterans Day event on March 13th in NY City with Meera Gandhi. Thank You!
    January 16-23 Animal Medical Center of NY accepts Tails of Hope’s request for oncology support for MWD K9 “Rocky”, but unfortunately after reviewing the results of the CAT scan informs TOHF that Rocky’s condition is untreatable and he is placed in hospice care in Illinois. TOHF serves in the sacred role of assisting with Rocky’s end-of-life care and final expenses. Our hearts are broken over the loss of America’s War Hero.  RIP dear Rocky – brave warrior.
    January 16 TOHF secures funding from Gizmos Gifts, US War Dogs Association, and individual donors, for a critically needed CAT scan for MWD Hero K9 “Rocky” – Thank You!
    January 14 Animals In War and Peace Museum invites TOHF’s president, Linda Blick, to serve on its Advisory Board.
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