Did you know that when a Police Dog is retired from active service (for whatever reason) they do not receive any financial support or pension?

Police dogs are often retired ahead of schedule due to being injured in the course of their work; or even injured protecting their handler. They are an integral part of operational Policing within Lancashire and provide an invaluable service to our County.

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We are looking for volunteers.

Lancashire retired police dogs are looking for people like you to help us continue the good work and help our dogs after retirement.

Please contact us and we will get back to you with the details.

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We would very much appreciate your donations. If you would like to make a donation, you can pay online via the button on the bottom of the page. If you would like to pay by cheque, please make the cheque payable to “Lancashire Police Dogs Benevolent Fund“.

For bank transfers please use the details below:

Sort code: 05-03-78

Account no: 39193331


It is with a very heavy & sad heart that I have tell you all of the sad passing of our handsome boy Luc who sadly passed away last week at the ripe old age of 14. He was a great ambassador for our fund & thoroughly enjoyed his work at our events. He will be sadly missed & our hearts & thoughts are with his family ❤️ ... See MoreSee Less

We are so pleased to see Luc headlining again on the RLPD site but it is with great sadness we have to say Luc has now passed over that Rainbow Bridge to be with his old pals. He enjoyed his working l...

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Love this, any of our handlers up for the challenge with their dogs 😂😂😂🐾 ... See MoreSee Less

This is PC Steve Hopwood, one of our Dog Handlers. He is doing #22Pushups everyday as part of the #22Kill challenge to raise awareness of VETERAN suicide. This is #day9 of 22 and he is joined by anoth...

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