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TMSG: Woman Leaves $32K To Florida K-9 Unit For Bulletproof Vests

Late Daytona Beach Resident Shares Love of Dogs With Community

The Volusia…

Posted by Volusia Sheriff’s Office on Friday, November 5, 2021

Before Pamela Mobbs passed in October 2020, she specified a special gift to her local Sheriff’s K-9 unit.

In her estate, Mobbs left a gift of $32,000 to go to the Volusia Sheriff’s K-9 Unit. She wanted the money to go toward buying more bulletproof dog vests and adding, and training more dogs. Jane Mobbs said her mother had a soft spot for German Shepherds because when she was a child, her grandfather had a fierce guard dog who protected Mobbs and she cherished him.

Mobbs further found love for law enforcement K-9s after Jane took her to a K-9 demonstration in Daytona Beach. Jane told WESH news station, “She thoroughly enjoyed the K-9s and watching the officers handle them. My mother wholeheartedly believed all the K-9s should be fitted with bulletproof vests as they often go into uncertain areas first to help apprehend suspects. […] She would be so happy to know that she is making a difference in a dog’s well-being.”

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