Meet the Dogs

Quinn

Quinn was a rescue that came out of a High Kill Shelter in OK. I got him through PETS Pure Bred Rescue, Wichita Falls, TX. He was a great dog that I got from them because of my love for


Patton

Patton is a purebred Great Pyrenees. He was chosen specifically for a certain veteran. He was donated by Penny Schriver. I went down to Penny’s house and temperament tested 3 puppies of the 8 puppies total. I wanted a male


Kimber

Kimber is a Pointer mix that came from German Shorthair Pointer Rescue and Pointer Project, out of North Texas. She is in training as A PTSD/TBI Service Dog. She will be trained to do multiple tasks to help her Combat


Justice

Justice is a Belguin Malinois. He came to me through American Belguin Malinois Rescue (ABMR).  He was bought from a breeder by his original owners, who gave him no training. He became very unruly and for an extremely high drive


Valor

Valor is the brother of Gunny. Valor also went through the puppy temperment test and because of it, is why he was chosen. As you can see, they look a lot alike. Looks are disceiving, Valor is the comedian and


Gunny

Gunny was a donation from an Army Veteran. He was named Walnut by his kids, prior to coming to K9’s For Freedom & Independence. Gunny was specifically picked for his outgoing personality and how he tested on the puppy temperment


Freedom

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Freedom is my current K9 Partner. He is one of the reasons I chose the organizations name. Freedom is trained as a EOD K9, Cadaver K9, Therapy Dog and Service Dog. I chose Freedom after my previous K9 was getting


Daimos

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This wonderful guy is Daimos. We think that he is a Chocolate Lab/Pitbull cross.I found him in a local rescue group. He was found as a stray, so we don’t know what his background was. We do know his future is


Roman

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Roman came from the same rescue group I got Deimos from. Roman is a purebred Labrador Retriever. He was given up by his original owner. He was kept in the backyard by his original owner, once he was bought from


Willow

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Did you ever think a Bloodhound could ever be a Service Dog? No, I didn’t either. I was approached by a Marine who had this dog. He wanted to know if she could be trained as his Service Dog. I


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