Buy your individual tickets HERE.
Please fill out the Underwriter Response Form and email it to Roseann@K9s4COPS.org or mail it to:
Houston, Texas 77057
4th Annual K9 Officers Conference & Trials
POSTPONED UNTIL THE SPRING.
We have not set a date yet for the conference, but will keep you updated. If you have any questions please feel free to call our office at 713-523-2677
Harris County Sheriff’s Academy
2316 Atascoctia Road
Humble, Texas 77393
Workshops, Instructors & Special Guest Speakers
Hotel Accommodation information:
Candlewood Suites IAH
1500 North Sam Houston PKWY E
Houston, TX 77032
Please call 281-987-3900 to make your individual bookings and mention you have a K9s4COPS group block setup. The group block ID is 33954.
Need to ship something here? Send to:
C/O Sgt. Chris Moore
2316 Atascoctia Road
Humble, Texas 77393
For more information contact:
Executive Director, K9s4COPS
roseann@K9s4COPS.org or 713.523.2677 or cell 713.679.0361
K9s4COPs knows that in order to continue our mission of creating a safer America, we need support from people of all ages, especially young professionals.
The Pack is our group for those 35 and under. By joining The Pack, members will be added to our newsletter and kept uptodate on everything K9s4COPs, receive discounts on merchandise, and receive special pricing for major events like UNLEASHED and our Annual Clay Shoot.
Thursday, K9s4COPs takes over Chicago for the ‘Steve Harvey Show’!
K9s4COPs Founder, Kristi Schiller, receives the honor of being named a “Harvey’s Hero” on Thursday’s episode of the ‘Steve Harvey Show’. Little did Schiller know, there were nine K9 teams from across the country that were coming to surprise her and thank her for starting the organization that enabled them to get their K9 partner.
Between the tears, barking and laughter, Schiller explains her inspiration for K9s4COPs (Spoiler alert: He surprises her, too.) how K9s4COPs has grown, the impact they have had in your communities, and how you can help out!
Check out www.SteveHarveyTV.com/watch to find channel availability and air time in your area.
Steve Harvey Show, NBC Studios, Chicago, IL
(Left to Right) Officer Matt Krembs & K9 Aron (Everest Metro Police Department– Schofield, WI) Deputy Ted Dahlin (Harris County Constable’s Office PCT 4– Houston, TX), K9s4COPs Founder Kristi Schiller, Steve Harvey
SAVE THE DATE!
4th Annual Unleashed + Hard Dog/Fast Dog
Tuesday, October 27, 2015
Bayou City Events Center
Theme: Rock of Ages
Entertainment: “Back In Black” – AC/DC Tribute Band
Ticket & table info coming soon!
MORE INFO & DETAILS COMING SOON!
SAVE THE DATE: FEBRUARY 27, 2015
K9s4COPs is hosting the 3rd Annual Sporting Clay Shoot at Westside Sporting Grounds in Brookshire, TX.
Flu medications, or maybe an adrenalin fueled lack of sleep, make you have the weirdest dreams. In color. With surround sound. And the smell … simply divine!
I had the most vivid dream that K9s4COPs was in the Tournament of Roses Parade!
But it wasn’t a just a dream…it was dream that came true. K9s4COPs was honored as one of the only 42 floats in the 125th Tournament of Roses Parade, which was appropriately themed…you guessed it…Dreams Come True!
Most. Amazing. Day. EVER!!!!!
The experience was surreal and I didn’t want it to end! My beloved friend Jenna Jackson’s P&R Productions crew captured every moment from the building of the float to our stroll down Colorado Avenue in Pasadena, California.
We participated in the Rose Parade to draw attention to the great work that our K9 officers and their handlers do serving our communities and to share our mission to provide agencies and schools with highly trained K9s. We wanted to share our story, our mission, with the world. I’m pleased to say the response was overwhelming!
Our message was heard from coast to coast, from the front page of our hometown Houston Chronicle to international media outlets. It was a headline ticker on Yahoo News and featured across the pond on the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) in England!
On ABC, Hanna Storm and Josh Elliot knocked it out of the park with their coverage of our float. (Plus, they said ours was their favorite animal float of the parade.) They shared our story, from that horrible December when Officer Ted Dahlin lost his partner K9 Blek to the ever growing number of K9s which have been placed with various law enforcement agencies, school districts and college campuses.
Through such incredible world-wide visibility, K9s4COPs gained almost 4,000 new social media followers immediately after the Rose Parade and added many new members to our Woof Pack, so all in all, it was a great success! You too can join the Woof Pack at www. K9s4COPs.org/donate.
Our float may not have won any awards this year, but we’ll just see about that in 2015! Once bestowed, a coveted spot in the Rose Parade is a lifetime honor— should we choose to accept.
I’m not about to let this much visibility for K9s4COPs go to waste and we’re already planning next year’s float. We are beyond thankful for the generous donations that made this year’s float possible and we’re already looking for that special sponsor that’s willing to join us in front of more than a billion viewers on New Year’s Day 2015.
This is my dream coming true…every day. With the generous support of countless businesses and individuals and the tireless work of our dedicated team, K9s4COPs has come a long way in just three years, but our mission is far from over.
I tell people I’m too stupid to know what’s impossible. I have ridiculously large dreams, and half the time they come true.
By the way, if anyone finds a glass slipper along Colorado Boulevard, please return it to Texas!!!