DogE911 has partnered with international Fire Fighter Cancer Foundation in an attempt to save lives.
Fire Fighter Cancer Foundation (FFCF) 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.
Genéte M. Bowen of DogE911, has been appointed as FFCF 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.
Genéte 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 national partner Project Breathe for FREE pet O2 mask donations. To date 15,000 kits have been distributed
across the US & Canada.
* Contact DogE911, or click on the purple firehose &