The MAAC Foundation receives $62,000 state-of-the-art K9 simulator from national non-profit organization, Vested Interest in K9’s, Inc.
The Advanced Canine Medical Trainer named K9 Diesel by TraumaFX is a full-body K9 simulator.
The simulator will be used for training Police, Fire, EMS, Military Working Dog (MWD) handlers, Veterinarians, and Veterinary Technicians. The Multi-Agency Academic Cooperative, (MAAC) will provide training specific to the level and needs of First Responders. This training will be available
to any agency asking for tactical care and first aid for working K9’s. Designed in partnership with the Department of Defense (DOD), K9 Diesel is a state-of-the-art skills trainer that simulates active breathing, audio queues, and over 28 different features and medical intervention sites.
Each training site is designed to replicate the look, feel, and function of actual medical procedures. Interchangeable limbs and injuries provide greater flexibility to vary wound patterns. K9 Diesel allows learners to perform a wide range of critical life-saving tasks with an incredibly realistic experience. For more information visit: www.maacfoundation.com