You can still mail us your donations!!
Lincoln, Max, Lydia and McKenzie
Lincoln loves to help pick out toys
Taking naps between questions is a must for me and my buddy.
Sometimes being man’s (or boy's) best friend is a ruff gig. Training and caring for my humans is an arduous but rewarding process.
DA Court Facility Dogs Foundation
Executive Officer - Gina Yeager
Vice President -
Secretary - Sharron Bills
Treasurer - Shawn Naranjo
Board Member - Laine Martin
Board Member - Kristine Hernandez
Board Member - Mary Pope
Board Member - Cassandra Serna
See some of Lydia, Max, Lincoln, and McKenzie's friends in action!
Ready, Set, Go
Max is always by your side to face new adventures
This news article is talking about our program being at risk of ending due to funding. ANY donations are appreciated, and not to mention tax deductible.
Currently, the Fifth Judicial District Attorney’s Office has four Court Facility Dogs. Max and Lincoln are the Chaves County Court Facility dogs. Lydia is the Eddy Court Facility dog and McKenzie is the Lea County Court Facility dog. These dedicated canines also provide stress relief and cuddly empathy on the job to the employees of the District Attorney’s Office in our work of serving victims of violent crime.
We are a non-profit foundation and depend on donations and fund raisers done by the handlers for the program to continue. Our dogs eat a very specific diet. In addition to the extra cost of their dietary needs, there are other costs such as the vet, grooming bills, continued training, and other supplies. We appreciate any and all donations we receive!
Lydia taking care of her people
I watch over all humans (little and big ones). The big ones think they’re in charge, but it’s the little ones that get my tail in a wagging frenzy.
McKenzie having a little down time with her friend
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