DogE911 has partnered with International Firefighter Cancer Foundation in an attempt to save lives.
International Firefighter Cancer Foundation (IFCF) works to extinguish ﬁre ﬁghter Cancer by providing support
& resources, outreach, fundamental education, & advocacy. One of their newest divisions is FFCF Paws, & its goal is to bring awareness to canine rescuer
& handler health concerns & exposures, while providing education on animal care & planning
as part of the family Cancer strategy for survival.
Genete M. Bowen of DogE911, has been appointed as IFCF Paws Division Director. DogE911's goal is
to reach a broader base than just pet owners & animal professionals by targeting our first responders,
thus making a difference for animals impacted during emergency situations.
Genete will also be instrumental in helping to increase canine Cancer awareness for ﬁre ﬁghter families, & will help in ﬁnding sponsorships to fund pet breathing masks for ﬁre trucks across the nation.
Please donate to equip fire trucks with animal oxygen masks in your area. A set of three masks
(small, medium, & large) costs $80. No donation is too small when it comes to potentially saving the life of
an animal! We work with partner Project Breathe for FREE pet O2 mask donations.
* Contact DogE911, or click on the purple firehose &
go to the IFCF website for further details.