Hero of the Month

Ned’s Wish September Hero is a retired PSD Dag, who is a four year old Belgian Malinois.  Dag is younger than most of our retired Heroes because he can no longer perform his police dog duties due to a mysterious and very severe chest infection that almost killed him.  Dag got sick very suddenly and has been fighting for his life for almost a month.  Dag’s human and Ned’s Wish family never gave up on him.  Thanks to excellent and persistent veterinary care, Dag received life-saving surgery and is now recovering at home.  Ned’s Wish is proud to have been part of Dag’s success story and wanted to share his brave journey with you. 

You are Good Boy, Dag!

Ned’s Wish is still trying to reach our fundraising goal of $16,000 to help this Hero.  Dag has a lot of life left in him and we want to make sure that he is well enough to enjoy it.

Read more about Dag here

Dag, Regimental #2015

Ned’s Wish is excited to welcome another Calgary Police Services K-9 Officer Dag.  Born in Kosice, Slovakia, Dag is a true globetrotter, traveling through California before arriving in Alberta in 2018.  Dag is fully multilingual and can speak: Dog, Slovakian, English and French! After graduating from his police training, PSD Dag served and protected the residents of Calgary, sometimes helping the RCMP detachments surrounding the Calgary area.   Over his career with CPS, Dag has assisted with locating and arresting approximately 100 bad guys, some of whom were terrorizing Calgary neighborhoods by breaking into the homes, while the residents were still

Check out Dag’s fundraiser!

Help PSD Dag get well!

One of our own needs some Good Karma today! Ned’s Wish just learned that recently retired Calgary PSD Dag was rushed to the ICU because his lungs were filling with fluid, making it difficult for him to breathe. When he arrived at the hospital he was in critical condition, fighting for his life due to a severe chest infection requiring tubes to be placed to help him breathe.

If you like to help heroes like Dag, please consider donating