K9 Lola is a 15 month old black Labrador retriever that is specially trained to help those going through difficult or stressful situations, as well as peer support for the employees of the Sheriff’s Office.
She is a Critical Incident Repose Team (CIRT) K9 that was rescued from a shelter, trained , and donated by K9’s for Freedom and Independence in Collinsville, Texas. K9 Lola can also be utilized for victim assistance and social and community events.
You’re invited to join us for a Memorial Service in honor of K9 Ocho on Monday, November 19th at the Liberty Christian Fellowship Church, 1815 W. Liberty Drive, in Liberty. Doors will open at 5pm, and the service will begin at 5:30pm.
The Clay County Sheriff’s Office K9 Unit consists of five dogs. Four are assigned to the patrol unit, and one is assigned to the Clay County Drug Task Force. The unit is funded completely by charitable contributions and public donations which cover medical expenses, training, and other K9 expenses. The Sheriff’s Office K9 Fund, established in 2010, thanks to the generosity and kindness of the public. Citizens who wish to contribute to the K9 Fund can send donations to:
Clay County Sheriff’s Office K9 Fund
Attention: Captain John Teale
12 S. Water
Liberty, Missouri 64068