The Sedgwick County Sheriff’s Office received a donation on 6-23-2011, that will bring comfort to the hard-working dogs of the Sheriff’s Office K-9 Unit.
Invisible Fence of Central Kansas has donated three Kuranda beds to the K-9 Unit. The Kuranda bed is a specially designed pet bed that provides firm support and an elevated barrier from the cold concrete of their kennels. The hammock design provides orthopedic comfort to help keep hip joints healthy and prevents elbow calluses caused by lying on the concrete. The beds are valued at $210.00.
Beth Ericson, owner of Invisible Fence of Central Kansas states “We wanted to give back to the Sheriff’s Office and thank them for keeping our community safe. We hope that the beds provide comfort for the dogs when they aren’t working.”
Sheriff Bob Hinshaw thanks Invisible Fence for their generosity and believes that the donated beds will allow the dogs to rest more comfortably and keep their joints healthy.
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