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Help make Levi a K9MD Star


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Given by 9 generous donors in around 9 months

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K9MD will use specifically trained dogs for the non invasive early detection of cancer and other diseases.

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Levi came to K9MD at just eight weeks old. He’s a black German shepherd from a top line of proven working dogs – his Dad is a Police Dog in Denmark. Levi’s quality pedigree brings with it a high drive and strong work ethic, while his character is laid back and charismatic. He can pursue things with a powerful single-minded determination or he can roll onto his back for a tummy rub. Levi is a real charmer. He loves people and already has the local vet nurses under his spell. Levi is K9MD’s poster boy, and we’re pretty sure he knows it.

After a period of basic training and socialisation Levi will undergo scent detection training with a professional dog trainer in our controlled clinical facility. But we need your help to raise Levi. He needs regular vet checks, quality food and so he learns to remain calm yet confident in every environment he needs to travel far and wide. So join us on our exciting journey as Levi grows up to become an amazing K9MD Medical Alert or Detection dog. You can follow Levi’s progress on Facebook. Together we can make a difference.

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K9 MEDICAL DETECTION NEW ZEALAND is a registered charitable trust with the aim of improving the health of all New Zealanders by using specifically trained dogs to detect cancer and other diseases, assist individuals with a life-threatening medical condition and detect infectious diseases anywhere within New Zealand. To find out more go to: www.k9md.org.nz

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To raise and train Levi as New Zealand's first puppy to become a medical detection dog.

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  • Julie & Ken Williamson

    Julie & Ken Williamson on 04 May 2019

    $300

    In memory of Colin George, a remarkable son, brother to Pauline, husband to Carol, father and grandfather. And K9MD’s strongest advocate. Love, Julie & Ken

    $300

    • K9 Medical Detection NZ

      Thank you so very much for your generous donation. Colin strongly believed in the use of our highly trained dogs for non-invasive early detection of disease. My mind still talks to him My heart still looks for him My soul knows he is at peace In memory of Colin George

  • Guest Donor

    Guest Donor on 05 Mar 2019

    $25

    $25

    • K9 Medical Detection NZ

      Thank you so much for your kind donation.

  • Leebee

    Leebee on 02 Mar 2019

    $50

    $50

    • K9 Medical Detection NZ

      Thank you so much for your kind donation.

  • Devenish Rural

    Devenish Rural on 23 Jan 2019

    Private

    Best wishes for the ongoing success of this amazing activity and programme. Happy to support Levi and your own skills and dedication.Best wishes for 2019

    Private

    • K9 Medical Detection NZ

      Thanks so much for your very kind donation. You will no doubt see Levi environment training out at the airport at some stage. Exciting times ahead for K9 Medical Detection New Zealand.

  • Guest Donor

    Guest Donor on 19 Jan 2019

    $10

    $10

    • K9 Medical Detection NZ

      Thank you so much for your very kind donation.


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