Donation to Sheriff’s K-9 Unit

WRGB6 Albany

COLUMBIA COUNTY – The Columbia County Sheriff’s Office K9 Unit received a donation, the department says is essential for the success of the K9 program.

The donation of $1,250 came from the Kalicoontie Rod and Gun Club, in Livingston.

This donation was used to purchase equipment for the K9 Unit consisting of patrol protection sleeves for bite apprehension, long training leads, kennel cleaner, and narcotic scent bags.

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LIVINGSTON, N.Y. (NEWS10) – Sheriff Deputies from the Columbia County Sheriff’s Office say they’ve received a donation that will help purchase equipment for their K9 Unit.

Sheriff David Bartlett says the donation is the amount of $1,250 from the Kalicoontie Rod and Gun Club, located in Livingston. The donation was presented to the Sheriff’s Office on December 10 by Lisa DiStefano, who is a board member of the Rod and Gun Club.

They say this donation was used to purchase equipment for the K9 Unit consisting of patrol protection sleeves for bite apprehension, long training leads, kennel cleaner and narcotic scent bags.

Sheriff Bartlett would like to personally thank Kalicoontie Rod and Gun Club for their generous donation. This equipment is essential for the success of our K9 program.