A 9-Year Old Raises Almost 80,000 To Purchase Bullet Proof Vests For Police Dogs

Many young children aspire to be police officers when they grow up, but this 9-year-old is currently looking for police divisions.

Brady Snakovsky, of Strongsville, Ohio, isn’t your average third grader. With big pretensions of getting a bobby, when Brady saw that a K-9 on his favorite bobby show, Live PD, wasn’t wearing a pellet evidence vest, he wanted to do something about it.

Brady decided to ask his mama if they might buy a vest for a K-9 in need. Brady and his mama fleetly learned that the vests were really expensive, so they started a non-profit, Brady’s K9 Fund, and launched a Go Fund Me design.

The design has been veritably successful until now. According to his mama, Leah Tornabene, they’ve raised interesting spirits and have bestowed 79 vests to colorful police, including the Mendon Police Division that twittered

“K9 Policeman Pichel and K9 Brady would like to thank a veritably special boy, Brady Snakovsky.” Brady bestowed a LOF Defence Road Fighter Vest on the Mendon Police Division K9 System. BradysK 9Fund # BradysK 9Fund.”