FIND - M' FRIENDS, INC. placed our first Bloodhound(Ally), on October 1st, 2015 with the Citrus County Sheriff's Office. K9 Ally and her handler Deputy Chris Dearden bonded quickly and began their partnership on a high note. A young boy was found wandering alongside the highway and could not provide law enforcement with his address or his last name. Deputy Dearden and Ally were able to 'back-track' from the boys' location to his home many blocks away.
Way to go Ally & Deputy Dearden, bring those children home safely!
As of August 2017 FMF has placed 5 dogs into service:
Houston County Alabama Sheriff's Office:
Bogart, a.k.a. Bogie-Man
Eastern TN SAR
Photos Coming Soon!
Picture of Ally coming soon!
We are volunteers that want to help bring the lost and missing home.
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P.O. Box 1712
We will be posting our placement criteria shortly as well as keep you updated on the progress of our NEW TRAINEES; Phineas, Seeker, Katy Bell & Storm.
These trainees will be ready for placement in the fall of 2017.
BECOME A VOLUNTEER TRACK LAYER.....
CONTACT US TO FIND OUT MORE.
We train our dogs to NAPWDA certification standards.
The week of July 9th FMF hosted Sgt. David Asbill of the Houston County Sheriff's Office.
Sgt. Asbill directed training for Deputy Justin Williams & his new bloodhound K9 partner Alli as well as his Patrol dog Samson. 8 dogs from the FMF kennel & numerous volunteers assisted in the activities.
FMF President Linda Boles is a volunteer K9 handler with the Citrus County Sheriff's Office. She trains with the CCSO K9 Department on a bi-weekly basis.
FMF trains their 3 working dogs and(currently),the 5 puppies being groomed to become certified K9 partners.
Please contact us for more information on our training program and schedule.