Lucky Police Dog Gets Protective Vest

K9 OFFICER RAGNAR.

Every police dog should have a protective vest that’s bullet and stabbing resistant.

It’s the least we can do for man’s best friend when he’s putting his life on the line to protect the public.

KNSI Radio

(KNSI) – A Benton County police dog is now better protected as he’s chasing down the bad guys.

The Benton County Sheriff’s Office says K9 Ragnar has received a bullet and stab protective vest thanks to a donation from the non-profit organization Vested Interest in K9s.

The vest was sponsored by Russel Paumen and Kristi Ronallo, of Ramsey and is embroidered with the words “IN HONOR OF ALL WHO PROTECT AND SERVE.”

The Benton County Sheriff’s Office said “we’re very grateful for the generosity of Mr. Paumen, Ms.Ronallo, and Vested Interest in K9s. Police K9 teams are important assets in public safety both here in Benton County and across the state of Minnesota. This vest will serve to protect Ragnar and ensure he has the opportunity to serve our area for many years to come.”

K9 vests cost between $1,700 and $2,200 and Vested Interest has provided more than 2,800 of them over the years through private and corporate donations.

Learn how you can help by clicking here or by calling 508-824-6978.

Several area police dogs are safer thanks to the organization, including Waite Park K9 Parker (below) who got his vest last year.

K9 OFFICER PARKER.

3 thoughts on “Lucky Police Dog Gets Protective Vest

    • Those vests shouldn’t cost more than a few hundred dollars.

      You can tell from the looks on the dog’s faces that they’re proud of their new equipment. They look like they love having their picture taken.

  1. Imagine if we could train some of the big cats to work just like police dogs. Wouldn’t it be hilarious if some feral Jamal Parvus Shabazz be chased down and captured by a real, snarling police black panther?

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