Loyal police dogs and their handlers have been busy with a noble cause in Vancouver. No, they aren’t only busy catching criminals or sniffing drugs, these Vancouver police dogs have just released their own canine calendar for 2019! Launched on October 23, the Vancouver Police Department VPD ‘canine calendar’ features action-packed and dramatic scenes of these police dogs with their handlers. The highlight is the crime-fighting poses.
First published in 2009, the VPD ‘canine calendar’ sales have raised more than $200,000 in the past 9 years. All earnings go to the BC Cancer Foundation and BC Children’s Hospital Foundation.
The VPD ‘canine calendar’ returns with its annual collection of adorable dog pooches posing for charity purposes!
What’s more, the stars of the calendar, the four-legged Vancouver police dogs, are already popular with such memes:
"Hey pal, what ya think of this year's calendar?"
PSD Griffin: "Am I in it?"
PSD Griffin: "I ❤️ it. Best one ever."
— VPD Canine Unit (@VPDCanine) October 27, 2018
In the 2019 VPD ‘canine calendar’, even the personalities of these police dogs show through. Like this cheeky winking police dog:
The Vancouver police force currently has 15 dog teams in the VPD Canine Unit and all these dogs have featured in the VPD ‘canine calendar’ for the year 2019.
The ‘canine calendar’ concept was started by retired Vancouver Police Sergeant Mike Anfield in honor of his wife, who lost the battle with breast cancer in 2004.
And this year’s VPD ‘canine calendar’ edition is more bad-ass than ever!
These police service dogs aptly followed their handlers during the photo shoot and the results are here to see.
Fallen in love with the calendar already? Buy one now, so you contribute towards charity today!
The dog calendar costs $15, and you can order it online too! So what are you waiting for? Get a copy now of the special edition now and contribute towards another’s life.