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The Arizona Police K-9 Memorial would like to know what you think about our web site. Please leave your comments in this public guest book so we can share your thoughts with other visitors. Posting of your email address is not required or recommended.

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Archived comments from our old guest book.

12:07:02 AM


Great job guys! I'm very proud to be a part of the A.L.E.C.A. organization! Take care, A proud member of the K9 Community!

24 Sep 2006


I found your site from a link on Desert Dog after I read about it in the paper. Great site and I will be sure to visit the memorial the next time I am downtown. The dogs deserve to be recognized.

Ed Johnson - Mesa, Az.

26 Sep 2006


Your web site is professional with a warm touch, and love for the canines and human officers. When I visit Phoenix, I will definitely visit the memorial.

Lynda T/Florida

02 Oct 2006


very touching i just moved to the valley with a goal on becoming a k 9 officer i plan on visiting the site soon

Date: 24 Dec 2006
Time: 18:49:53


It is great to see that the K-9 Memorial has become a reality and when I am in Phoenix next month I will stop by and pay my respects. Keep up the great work and in reviewing your website it makes me really miss working K-9 patrol. Again great job !!!

Gerald Wallace - Sheriff Montezuma County - Colorado

Date: 21 Jan 2007
Time: 01:05:39


Your web site is a beautiful tribute to the four legged officers who made the ultimate sacrifice.

Michele Cave Creek, AZ

21 Mar 2007

I was sad to hear of the death of a Mesa K9 today.  I will be making a donation in Leon's name.  My sympathies to Officer LaFontaine and the entire Mesa Police Department.

21 Mar 2007

I'm so glad the fallen K9 officers are being recognized and immortalized by this beautiful website and memorial. Next time I am downtown I will make it a point to stop by the memorial.


22 Mar 2007

I am truely sorry for your loss, Leon will be missed by the whole city. God Bless you and Thank you for all you do. My prayers are with you all.

22 Mar 2007

excellent site.  What an admirable job.  Keep up the good work


25 Mar 2007

My sister (in Gilbert) just notified me of yet another fallen K9, John Lafontaine's Leon. We are all so sorry to hear of his death in the line of duty. These selfless partners bring honor and joy to their handlers every day, but seldom does the community recognize the nature of their supreme sacrifice. Our thoughts and prayers go out to John and all his brothers in this time of loss.

 Tim Curry & family, Tucson

14 Aug 2007

After reading todays blog from the wife of the K-9 Officer from Chandler, I wish to express my deepest condolences to the family. Anyone who has lost a family pet member, understands your loss and feels your grief. These dogs are not just officers who protect us daily - but they are truley members of our families.

Deborah Kurth

19 Aug 2007

Keep up the good work. My heart goes out to all these brave dogs.

21 Aug 2007

My name is Rico. . . .

And I was here to protect, Yes, I was here to put my life on the line and serve you;

My name is Rico. . . .

Proud, A downed officer, Yes, a dearly missed family member now;

But remember the glint in my wizened eyes, -Least you forget. . .-When I took down my first subject- Yes, please remember that professional grin that creased my triumphant jowls;

My name is Rico, And I shall continue to watch honorably from above. . . .

Rico's death was a senseless act. Didn't the truck driver yield upon seeing the patrol car's flashing lights? That truck driver killed an officer of the law. Human or canine, It doesn't matter. Rico was an officer of the law. Do right by Rico. 8/21/07

With sincerely heartfelt pangs for your loss,

D. Dacher

28 Aug 2007

Thank you very much for this beautiful web site dedicated to the memory of K-9 officers who have given their lives in service.

We are all very grateful to them and their handlers for their dedication and devotion.

May they all rest in peace.

12 Jan 2008

I was visiting Scottsdale & made a stop at Wesley Bolin Park. I found the K-9 Memorial. Being a K-9 Guardian myself I was very touched to see that our partners have a memorial in recognition of their sacrifice. They are as important to us as human partners are to others.

It is a beautiful memorial. Thank you for your remembrance of our partners who truly gave their all.


11 Apr 2009

Congratulations for a wonderful tribute to these dedicated K9 heroes. I wish to extend my sympathy to their human partners and family members for their losses and my thank you for their service to our community.

Bonnie L. Walker, DVM
Scottsdale, AZ.

16 Mar 2009

I wish more states and the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial, would recognize these heroes as well. A job well done to all involved.

 Jul 2009


What amazingly brave dogs -- their handlers too! Some of those stories about how these courageous canines fought crime and how they gave their lives in the name of justice...well, it brought tears to my eyes.

11 Apr 2011

R.I.P. all of the noble dogs that have served and are serving on the police force and the in the military and God Bless them and their handlers.

03 Nov 2011

Thank you! Thank you for thinking of these fellow officers who help the police department on their fight against crime. They too deserve to be remembered and recognized.

Claudia Zapata

06 Nov 2011

I plan on visiting the memorial soon. Thank you for not forgetting the dogs.

Maricopa, Az.

06 Nov 2011

Der Hund bleibt dir im Sturme treu !!!!!! Wir werden euch nie vergessen (Hunter)

Translation: The dog remains loyal to you in the storm. We will never forget you, Hunter.








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