RTA K-9 to receive protective vest from 10-year-old boy’s fund

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CLEVELAND– The K-9 officer with the Greater Cleveland Regional Transit Authority will receive a new, custom-designed protective vest thanks to a special 10-year-old boy.

Brady Snakovsky, of Strongsville, wanted to help police K-9s so he started Brady’s K-9 Fund last year. So far, he’s raising money for vests for more than 130 police K-9s across the country.

K-9 Kubo and his handler, Officer Dennis Harmon, will get the vest during an event Tuesday morning.

Brady’s K-9 Fund said the vests are valued at $1,500. According to the RTA, the vest was donated by MMI Textiles in Westlake and manufactured by Line of Defense in Canada.

More information on Brady’s K-9 Fund here

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