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Trust donates K9 vest to LCSO
Sheriff's Office Bloodhound
The Bloodhound that the Sheriff's Office is hoping to acquire, donations pending.

The Prissy and Andy Armstrong Trust recently made a substantial contribution to the Georgia Police K9 Foundation for the following K9s to be protected with Armored LOF StreetFighter Vest: K9 Charlie, a 2-year-old bloodhound, is a tracking dog with the Liberty County Sheriff’s Office. 

Charlie, serves and protects the citizens of Liberty County for the mere payment of a reward toy and praise from his handler. 

K9 Charlie absolutely loves family time and meeting the wonderful people in the Liberty County area; however, this incredible Law Enforcement K9’s all time favorite activity is playing the game at work, tracking.  Our four legged officer loves doing his job. 

The Prissy and Andy Armstrong Trust is named for Metro Atlanta architect Andy Armstrong of Armstrong Associates Architects and his beloved Beagle, Prissy. The Foundation supports local animal causes, mostly canine. Bulletproof and stab-proof vests for working dogs serving in law-enforcement and military arenas are the current focus.

These custom, soft body armor vests, created and distributed by LOF Defence Systems, were developed in conjunction with police and military handlers to provide ballistic and edged weapon protection for major vital organs, while allowing complete freedom of movement in all working conditions. The company emphasizes comfort, allowing a working dog to wear the vest for a full shift even in Georgia’s heat and humidity, ensuring the dog is always protected when confronting a threat.

Extremely generous contributions to Georgia’s law enforcement K9 units made by The Prissy and Andy Armstrong Trust have included more than $50,000 in protective vests and $3,000 in heat alarms. Thank you to Trust founder Susan Mack-Armstrong for her continuous and unwavering support to protect these K9 officers.

While highly trained, K-9 lives are at stake as much if not more than their human counterparts. K-9 Officers are trained to subdue a suspect until he can be taken into custody by their handlers, increasing community safety. They also can be trained to search for narcotics, including cocaine, marijuana, crystal meth and heroin , and more than a dozen explosive odors.

Together everyone can assist active and retired law enforcement K9s to create safer communities. You can follow the Georgia Police K9 Foundation on Facebook, Instagram, and YouTube. If you want to get involved supporting the safety of K9 officers, please contact the Georgia Police K9 Foundation through their website at Tax-deductible donations can be mailed to:

Georgia Police K9 Foundation

28 East Main Street

Statesboro, GA 30458

The Georgia Police K9 Foundation mission is to assist active and retired law enforcement K9s in the State of Georgia. They are an all-volunteer, 501(c) (3) nonprofit organization whose first and foremost concern comes down to a simple phrase, “it’s all about the dog.”

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