Not only pay attention to human safety, but also take care the safety for pets. Many companies has already designed and produced some pet safety vest for the dogs, and they were really popular among the people who love dogs. Yes, anyone can help to protect the dogs when they are going to get into dangerous and low light conditions. They are our friends. Here a little girl who loves dog and donated vest to the police departments’ two K-0 officers. Ansfield’s four-legged officers now have their own bullet- and stab-proof vests, thanks to a 10-year-old Mansfield girl.
Since her 10th birthday in August, Camryn has donated six vests, which cost from $700-$800, to several police departments. It started when she decided to make the donations instead of asking for birthday gifts. Camryn has hosted several fund-raising events, sold T-shirts and cookies and accepts donations through her Camryn's K9s Facebook page. She said she has raised about $6,000. She has donated reflective vests to Cedar Hill police, Ellis County and now her hometown of Mansfield. She is working now to buy K-9 vests for the Waxahachie Police Department.
Police Officer Brandon Kramer, who has worked with Bandit for seven years, was appreciative of Camryn's gesture. Kramer said that she treat our dogs like they are our family. Giving them vests helps they dogs as a part of their family. If a dog dies in the line of duty, it hurts.
It is great to see many people and pets benefit from safety vests. CNSS produce high quality vest with self-produced reflective tape with relatively economic prices though many years' experiences. We hope we can help workers, help pet to have a safer future.