Retired Metropolitan Police Dog JONNO served faithfully as an Explosives Search Dog – his last duties included searching Olympic sites and G20 Summit. Jonno was retired early with an existing condition of arthritis and he was re-homed to his new family (members of the public) who offered him a safe and secure future. Since 2013 Jonno’s family have met all his needs including extensive vet fees. This week Jonno required further surgery and his family approached Essex Retired Police Dogs Fund for help (whilst the Met establish a charity to support their retired dogs).
Essex Retired Police Dogs Fund is honoured to help this faithful and loyal dog who worked to keep us all safe. Please help us to support Jonno and ensure he has the vet treatment and care he deserves.
More information about Essex Retired Police Dogs Fund: Essex Retired Police Dogs Fund helps pay for veterinary treatment and other costs involved in caring for retired police dogs, whether these dogs remain with their police handlers or if they are re-homed. See Jonno's page