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Warrior Dog Foundation

The Warrior Dog Foundation transitions our country’s working K9s from an operational environment into retirement. Providing mental and physical rehabilitation, and rehoming options to Military Working Dogs (MWD), Contract Working Dogs (CWD) and Law Enforcement K9s that otherwise would be euthanized.

Crossing the Rainbow

Warrior Dog Foundation works tirelessly to provide a dignified retirement, irreplaceable training, and appropriate placement of each individual hero. 

When the K-9 passes at the ranch, Warrior Dog Foundation sends the ashes to the previous family of the K-9, be it the previous handler, department, or donators. Along with the ashes, the families receive a portrait of the K-9. These are their stories.


K-9 Igo

Military Working Dog Igo was born January 28th, 2009. He was assigned to Lackland Air Force Base where he entered an extensive MWD training. In 2010, Igo entered explosive detection training and graduated June 22, 2010. In November of the same year, he was tasked to become a dog team with his first handler. During Igo’s time on F.E. Warren Air Force Base he had seven different handlers. Igo provided safety and security for all personnel and base assets, he assisted with the security for the WSA and he provided sweeps for many different distinguished visitors. Igo was also tasked to assist the United States Secret Service with 6 sweeps for POTUS/VPOTUS/FLOTUS along with many other world leaders.


K- 9 Jack

K-9 Jack was a dual purpose narcotics and patrol trained Belgian Malinois. During his career, he located numerous violent felons, located multiple guns and other articles, as well as multiple drug detections.


Unfortunately, K-9 Jack passed away in 2019. His remains and sketch were sent back to his previous handler.

Warrior Dog Foundation: Exhibitions
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