Help K9 Deacon Get A Bulletproof Vest



Let's get this boy a vest!

Spokane County Sheriff's Office K9 Deacon and his handler Deputy Tyler Kullman have been partners since late 2013 and will be joining the SWAT Team in August 2014. SWAT is a specialty unit in addition to their regular training and patrol duties, and puts Deacon in even greater danger of being injured by dangerous and violent suspects who are not exactly happy to see this brave and handsome police dog.

Like most K9 Units, Spokane County has a limited budget and is unable to provide K9 Deacon with a top-notch Kevlar vest. But we citizens can and will!

With a K9 Storm Patrol-SWAT Vest, Deacon will be better protected on all deployments: tracking, searching, rappeling, extracting and apprehending. Each Patrol-SWAT Vest is custom fit for the individual dog, equaling full speed and mobility — and much better safety.

It's no secret that it's getting more and more dangerous for our Law Enforcement Officers, both human and canine. Let's help not only Deacon stay safer, but also his dad, Deputy Kullman AND the people of Spokane County who greatly benefit from the courageous service these deputies carry out on the behalf of our safety on a daily basis. Let's support them and get them the equipment to potentially save lives!

Your contributions are greatly appreciated! Any surplus funds will be used for additional K9 training and equipment needs.

Thank you so much!



  • Doug & Deb Merrill 
    • $200 
    • 83 mos
  • Larry Carlson 
    • $200 
    • 83 mos
  • Scott Crews 
    • $100 
    • 84 mos
  • Anonymous 
    • $50 
    • 84 mos
  • Jon Wiseman 
    • $50 
    • 84 mos
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Organizer

Carla Blazek 
Organizer
Spokane, WA
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