What is The National K9 Memorial UK?
The National K9 Memorial was founded by Paul Nicholls, a recently retired Essex police dog handler. The
project has received the backing of many high profile people, including the former Policing Minister. We
are a small team and receive no government funding for the project.
What is The National K9 Memorial UK doing?
On 12th April 2019 we unveiled the Memorial statue, designed by sculptor John Doubleday, to remember all police dogs that are serving across the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland.
What else does the National K9 Memorial do?
The K9 Memorial is also responsible for presenting our Memorial Medals to Police Dogs.
Is this the official donation page?
Yes. This is the Memorial's official donation site, and place to buy merchandise. You can check our
Facebook and Twitter to see this is the genuine donation page. This page has been set up by Paul Nicholls,
the Memorial's founder.
Why should there be a Memorial?
Around the world, Police Dogs are remembered in various ways. There are some magnificent memorials
dedicated to them. However, the UK has a plaque within the Police Memorial Garden. We think they deserve more recognition.
Where does the money go? How much do you take for yourselves?
100 percent of all donations goes directly to the Memorial. There are no deductions made for staffing
(everyone is a volunteer) or merchandise.
Is The National K9 Memorial a charity?
Yes we are a Registered Charity (1180317)
The goals of the K9 Memorial are as follows:
1) To recognise and commemorate the contributions of police Dogs to the community.
2) To educate the public in matters pertaining to the contributions of police Dogs to the community.
3) For the public benefit to promote the efficiency, care and training of police Dogs.
4) To advance such charitable purposes (according to the law of England and Wales) as the trustees see fit from time to time.
Where can I learn more?
Please visit our website , Twitter or Facebook .
Can I help fundraise?
Yes! We'd love if you'd like to do a fundraising challenge for us. Please get in touch with us to discuss your ideas.
Do you have Merchandise?
We have a small range of items available.
Pin Badges: Approx 1.5cm x 2cm each.
For one pin:
£3 each - UK
£4 each - Internatiational
Fabric Patches: A woven, embroidery, fabric patch that can be added to anything, including uniforms and dog's harnesses or collars. The smaller patches are approx 2.5 x 5cm each. The Larger patch is 5 x 10cm. All patches have a velcro back.
£4 - small patches UK / £5 International
£5 - large patch UK / £6 Internatianal.
Car stickers: A National Police Dog Memorial paw print (approximately 5cm x 4cm)
£3 each - UK or International.
Wristband: A blue silicone wristband with the text "K9 Memorial UK" and "National K9 Memorial."
£3 each. Free global postage.
Clothing: Paw Print on front & K9 Memorial on back. T-Shirt (long or short sleeved)- Black or White or
Hoodie -Blue or Grey. Sizes small, medium, large, extra large available. Child sizes upon request.
T-shirt - £22 inc. UK postage
£28 inc. Global postage
Hoodie- £30 inc. UK postage
£34 inc. Global postage
Do you ship internationally:
Yes. All our items are available internationally.
How do I order?
Please calculate the cost of the items you would like, and make a donation to that value. We have included
the price of items when posted to the UK and internationally.
Then send us an email listing the items (and variations) you have purchased and your shipping address.
Please email your order to [email redacted].uk or send us a DM on Facebook,
Twitter or Instagram.
Please be sure to include the item options you would like: For example, "blue medium hoodie" not just "hoodie." This will ensure we can dispatch your order without delay.
How fast are orders dispatched?
Clothing orders are dispatched within one week.
Other merchandise is posted within 24hours Monday - Friday.