We are a 501(c)3 organization focused on supporting the Littleton Police Department K-9 Team. With the help of our tireless volunteers, we organize fundraisers, and assist the Police Department when they need us.
To support the Littleton Police Department's K-9 Program with training and safety equipment, supplies and medical care for the active canines, to educate the public about the contribution of these heroic canines to the safety of the LPD officers and the Littleton community, and to develop and maintain a sustainable donation program dedicated to the LPD k-9 Program.
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A Bandit for Catching Bandits On February 26, the Littleton Police Department (LPD) welcomed its newest member to the team, K9 Officer Bandit. K9 Bandit joins his partner, Officer Parker Choate, on patrol after they attended a six-week intense training school in Moorepark, California at Gold Coast K9. K9 Bandit is an 18-month old Belgian Malinois/Dutch Shepherd mix who was born to Gold Coast K9 through its newly established breeding program for police K9s. Unlike most K9s, Bandit was raised with the sole purpose of becoming a Police K9. The LPD is grateful to the Friends of Littleton K9, a non-profit group who donated the funds for the purchase of K9 Bandit, and who continue to support the LPD K9 unit through fundraisers and donations. To become a part of the group, or make a donation, visit friendsofLittletonk9.com. .