In Memoriam and Devotion

Nov. 2010 - Remembering K9 Danger. Loyal partner to Jamie Ziehl.K9 Danger

K9 MaxOct. 2010 - Remembering K9 Max.

Max, an 11-year-old German shepherd who worked as an explosives detection K-9 for the Annapolis Fire Department for eight years, lost his battle against spinal cord disease. Max was the second dog to join the department’s Fire and Explosives Services Unit.
Max came from Holland and was trained at Southern Coast K9, and was partner to Deputy Chief Douglas Remaley.

Corporal Mario JenkinsIn memory of Mario Jenkins, pictured above with K9 partner Makye. Corporal Jenkins served with the University of Central Florida Police Department for 3 years and was posthumously promoted to the rank of corporal. Corporal Mario JenkinsMario was a U.S. Marine Corps veteran and had previously served with the Clermont Police Department for 1 year. He is survived by his wife.

You owe it to him to be worthy of such devotion.