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The non-profit organization donates 10 protective vests to Nebraska State Patrol Dogs

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    Courtesy of the Nebraska State Patrol

LINCOLN, Neb. (Nebraska) – The 10 dogs of the Nebraska State Patrol received new protective vests thanks to a donation from a non-profit organization.

Jerry, Amos, Chase, Ezra, Fahn, Gable, Havik, Lee, Malloy and Tilt received equipment from Vested Interest in K9s Inc.

The nonprofit was founded in 2009 and provides bullet and stab protective vests to law enforcement dogs throughout the United States.

The patrol said the nonprofit has provided more than 4,970 vests to dogs in all 50 states.

Each of the dog’s vests was sponsored by a donor, according to the patrol.

More information about the nonprofit is available at www.vik9s.org.

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