Charlotte County Sheriffs Office collaborated with Vested Interest in K9s, a non-profit organization who donates K9 protective equipment all across the country. Charlotte County Deputy First Class Steven Sella reached out to the program.

"I did some online research and came across the program and I submitted an application and the director of the program reached out to me and I was able to Get the our unit here involved." Sella said.

The calendars cost $18 and all proceeds will go towards purchasing life saving equipment for law enforcement animals.

"The vest is where we start off from, then we receive narcan because narcan is just has effective for a k-9 as it is for a human for fentanyl." Sella said.

The vest also protects K9s against knife attacks and bullets.

To order the calendars you can to go http://www.vik9s.org/