Once military and police dogs retire, with no guaranteed pension for their medical care, the burden and cost of care fall solely on their caregivers. Recognizing this critical need, Zoetis has created the RIMADYL K-9 Courage Program. It is a way to honor retired military or service dogs – Zoetis just wants to say “Thank you” to these dogs and their handlers. By entering, handlers will be entered into a drawing to win $300 for 500 dogs and their handlers. This money is to be dedicated to help ensure these brave dogs continue to live happy and healthy lives. The dogs don’t even have to be on Rimadyl or any Zoetis product.
If you are, or know anyone who is a proud caregiver of a retired military or police K-9 officer in need of assistance, or if you want to make a difference in the lives of these courageous animals, visit RimadylK9Courage.com.
They protected us. Now we can return the favor.
About The Program
The RIMADYL K-9 Courage Program is a charitable healthcare donation program that provides financial and in-kind product donations of approximately $150,000 annually to support up to 500 retired police and military K-9s. This contribution will help assure that these courageous dogs continue to live happy and healthy lives.
If you are a caregiver of a retired military or police dog, we encourage you to apply for assistance. Upon approval, you will receive a personalized card worth $300 that can be renewed every year and used on any product or service at any veterinary clinic.
Our partners support police and military dogs both active and retired and rely entirely on donations. Help our partners continue their cause by making a tax-deductible donation.
Sign up for details on how you can continue to support the RIMADYL K-9 Courage Program and to hear more about the wonderful K-9s you’re helping.
Keep Using Rimadyl
By using RIMADYL to treat your dog’s osteoarthritis, you’ll bring relief to more than just your pet. Your purchase also supports the RIMADYL K-9 Courage Program and the continuous care of retired military and police K-9s.