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Kendall County Sheriff’s Office K-9s to get monthly donations from Country Comfort Boarding and Grooming

Pictured (from left) are Sheriff Dwight Baird, Deputy J. Larsen and partner Miko, Deputy J. Flanders and partner Taz, owner Correy Krickeberg, Deputy T. Decamp and partner Luke, and manager Cindy Brummels.
Pictured (from left) are Sheriff Dwight Baird, Deputy J. Larsen and partner Miko, Deputy J. Flanders and partner Taz, owner Correy Krickeberg, Deputy T. Decamp and partner Luke, and manager Cindy Brummels.

Beginning in November, the Kendall County Sheriff’s Office K-9 program will be receiving monthly donations from Country Comfort Boarding and Grooming out of Yorkville. These donations will cover fees incurred for food, grooming and training.

The owners of Country Comfort, Correy and Sarah Krickeberg, have been in the business of boarding, grooming and showing prize dogs for more than 20 years.

“Giving back to the K-9 communities is something we take great pride in, so partnering with the local law enforcement K-9 program was a way we could achieve that goal,” said Correy Krickeberg.

“Forming partnerships with local businesses throughout the communities that the sheriff’s office serves is vital in helping keep the citizens of Kendall County safe and secure,” said Sheriff Baird.

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