Young Boy Raises Nearly $80K To Buy Bulletproof Vests For Police Dogs

Many young boys dream of becoming police officers when they grow up but this 9-year-old is already working hard for police departments.

Brady Snakovsky, of Strongsville, Ohio, is not your average 3rd grader. With big aspirations of becoming a police officer, when Brady saw that a K-9 on his favorite cop show, Live PD, was not wearing a bulletproof vest, he wanted to do something about it.

Brady decided to ask his mom if they could buy a vest for a K-9 in need. Brady and his mom quickly learned that the vests were very expensive at $1,200 each so they started the non-profit, Brady’s K9 Fund, and launched a Go Fund Me campaign.

This morning Tpr. Browne, K9 Atos, Tpr. Mayle and K9 Ure met up with Brady and his mother for breakfast. Brady is the…

Posted by Ohio State Highway Patrol on Wednesday, March 27, 2019

The campaign has been very successful so far. According to his mom, Leah Tornabene, they have raised over $77,000 and have donated 79 vests to various law enforcement agencies, including the Mendon Police Department who tweeted:

“K9 Officer Pichel and K9 Brady would like to thank a very special young man, Brady Snakovsky. Brady donated a LOF Defence StreetFighter Vest to the Mendon Police Department K9 Unit. #BradysK9Fund.”

If you know someone who might like this, please click “Share”!