Brown Dog Carriers and Logistics are extremely proud to announce that we will be supporting K9’s on the Front Lines as an ongoing Silver Star Partner.

K9s on the Front Line is a Portland Maine based 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization providing certified, trained service dogs to military Veterans who are affected by PTSD and/or TBI. This service is provided at no cost to the Veterans. The organization was founded by Dr. Hagen Blaszyk and Linda Murray. The organization finds rescue dogs and trains them along with the Veteran to be partners in the transition from military to civilian life.

Graig Morin, Lily and Linda Murray

“We are very proud to be working with Hagen and Linda and the entire team at K9s On the Front Line. Their work is incredibly important and recognizes the ongoing sacrifices made by our Veterans in the service of our Country” – Graig Morin – President, Brown Dog Carriers

“We were thrilled when we were contacted by Graig and his team at Brown Dog Carriers,” said Linda Murray, cofounder of K9s on The Front Line. “What was unique is that they didn’t approach us to just make a donation – they were looking to get involved with an organization and become part of their family. Since initially meeting Graig & Darrell in late 2019, the Brown Dog team has seen 5 of our Veterans graduate with their service dogs. The Veterans we serve are beyond grateful for everyone who supports this program, but it’s that much more special on the day they graduate to give a hand-shake and a heartfelt thank you to someone who made this journey possible for them.”

Brown Dog’s Co-founder, Darrell Pardy added “I attended a recent graduation and it was a very emotional experience. We are thrilled to be partners and we are committing a percentage of our sales from every mile we drive to K9s On the Front Line. As the company continues to grow our contribution will also grow.”

Brown Dog is committed to be a good partner not only with our Customers and our Employees but also our Community. We are working to create better jobs and communities in New England and beyond, one truckload at a time.