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The U.S. WAR DOGS Association is recognized by the IRS as both a non-profit and Veterans Group with a 501(c)19 status. Its Southern chapter is registered with the State of Florida. Donations both in-kind and monetary are tax deductible, and will be acknowledged to retain by the donor for income tax purposes. Donations are used to directly benefit the MWDs and K-9s that serve to keep Americans safe, secure and free.
Use our Traveling U.S. War Dog Exhibit to bring the history of all U.S. Military War Dogs from all Wars to the general public.
2. War Dog Memorial
Help raise funds to establish War Dog Memorials.
3. K-9 Corps Commemorative Stamp Drive
Collect Signatures on War Dog petition to have the Postal Service issue a commemorative stamp for all Military Working Dogs.
4. National Memorial
Help to establish a National War Dog Memorial in Washington, D.C.
5. Support through our fund raising efforts:
Service dog organizations i.e. Military Working Dogs, Law Enforcement K-9 units and Search and Rescue units.
Help in the process of adopting retiring Military and Law Enforcement Canines.
7. Coming Home Support
Post-deployment outreach for returning troops.
Assist in the passage of legislation to retain status in retirement as MWD K-9 Corp Veterans, K-9 Officers, K-9 Deputies and K-9 Troopers and provide medical benefits to retiring Military War Dogs and Law Enforcement K-9s. Upgrade the Felony provision to Second Degree (FL) to harm or kill a police dog.
Issue Tributes to dogs who are wounded or die in the Line of Duty
Issue U.S. Military Working Dog Service Award Medals as earned.
The Board of Directors of the U.S. War Dog Association are Former and Current U.S. Military Dog Handlers and supporting members committed to promoting the long history of the Military Service Dogs, establishing permanent War Dog Memorials, and educating the public about the invaluable service of these canines to our country.
Our background in military War Dog service and our dedication to honoring the memory of the service and sacrifice of the U.S. Military Working Dogs gives us a unique perspective that we can use to educate the public on the history of Military War Dogs.
U.S. War Dog Association was incorporated as a 501(c)19 in 2000 and is recognized by the IRS with dual status as both a Non-Profit Organization and Veterans Group.
About K-9 War Dog Advocates
About Barbara Snow
Barbara’s fulfilling and exciting career in animal advocacy continues with her work at the Southern Chapter of the U.S. WAR DOGS Association, a Non-Profit and a Veterans group with a 501(c)19 status. She has been the Director of both non-profit humane societies and municipal animal control service agencies in several states for thirty years. Supportive of all veterans, Barbara is currently serving as the registered agent and Executive Director of the United States War Dog Association/Chapter 2 and started the Southern Chapter in September 2009. Barbara is also involved on a national level with animal rights and she is also involved in animal cause related fundraising programs like MulaBula. Barbara is also working on a bill to provide law enforcement K-9s in Florida, veterinary benefits when they retire.
Barbara’s hobbies include writing poetry, admiring wildlife, supporting animal causes and spending time with her beautiful granddaughter. Barbara grew up in Framingham, Massachusetts and has been married to her husband Richard for over 50 years. Together they have a daughter, Sheila and one granddaughter, Natalie and several pets.
Barbara’s diverse background and passionate approach has led her to create imaginative one-of-a-kind jewelry that speaks from the heart. Her first pieces of jewelry were designed for various animal and veteran’s causes. From there, she expanded into all types of unique creations representing the passions of the people she was designing it for. Barbara has a true passion for creating jewelry that is as unique as each individual who wears it. Barbara makes Tributes and bracelets giving Honor and Memory to K-9s and MWDs killed in the line of duty (LODD).
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