Scottish Police Dog Memorial

Registered Charity Number SC050466

Scottish Police Dog Memorial is a registered charity raising funds to build the first memorial in Scotland dedicated to the hard working Police Dogs who serve the communities of Scotland 24/7 365 days a year.

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Scottish Police Dog Memorial are a registered charity whose aim is to raise funds to erect a memorial to honour the Police Dogs of Scotland past, present & future. We are a small group of volunteers working in our spare time to raise £35,000 for the project.
Everyday in Scotland Police dogs are working hard for their local communities. It's not all about fighting crime and locating criminals, these dogs also find missing people returning them to their families or assisting in getting them medical help. There are dogs trained to sniff out drugs, cash, weapons, explosives, property and victim recovery dogs. The dogs love what they do and each day on duty is another day they help people therefore we think it's only right that the dogs are remembered for their incredible service.


Our Vision

John Doubleday & The Sculpture

After seeing the incredible National UK K9 Memorial in Essex we thought there was only one choice of sculptors for us. Luckily Mr Doubleday agreed and he travelled up to Glasgow to meet PD Ziggy who is the model for our memorial. Our vision was a General Purpose Police Dog lying down but looking alert. Although we had to pick a dog for the sculptor to work with Ziggy represents every General Purpose and Specialist Police Dog who has ever served in Scotland.


Get in touch with Scottish Police Dog Memorial to discover more about our work and how to donate. We thank you for your support.

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Say Hello to Our Team of Volunteers


Carrie-Ann McNab

Founder of SPDM and Charity Trustee

Carrie-Ann is the founder of the Scottish Police Dog Memorial. Carrie-Ann works as a Police Dog Handler and as such sees how much these dogs bring to their local communities everyday. After raising funds and attending the unveiling of the National UK K9 Memorial she thought it would be fitting for a memorial to be built in Scotland for the public and Police alike to visit.


John McNab

Charity Trustee

John is a retired car salesperson and the father of Carrie-Ann so he understands the work and dedication of Scotland's Police Dogs.



Volunteer and Social Media Guru

Fiona began following Police Dogs through Twitter and instantly fell in love with the job they do. "PDs do an amazing job & we never know when we might need them but we would always expect them to be there. They deserve to be honoured". Fiona helps out with our social media pages and fundraising.



Charity Trustee

Carly is the handler of Police Dog Ben and Trainee Police Dog Dexter, therefore she knows how much success these dogs have day in and day out. Carly is one of 3 trustee's for the charity and also a fundraiser. 


Meet our mascot

Police Dog Kyle is our mascot who was knitted by one of our supporters. PD Kyle is currently on patrol with Police Scotland Dogs. You can follow his antics on our social media pages. Once he retires from working he will be raffled off to raise money for our memorial. Stay tuned for details! 


News & Updates

June, 2020

Scottish Police Credit Union pledge £500 to our memorial fund. We are so grateful to them.

Sept 2020

A massive thank you to all our supporters, our GoFundMe is sitting at £3500. We can't thank you all enough! 

October 9th 2020

Tunnock's donates £500 to the funding. Absolutely over the moon! 

March 2021

We have 6 teams and 4 Police Dogs signed up to participate in the virtual Kiltwalk to help raise funds. Sir Tom Hunter Foundation will top up 50% of our total donations!

April 9th 2021

Our first mini versions of our mascot went on sale. Each mini PD Kyle is unique with his own style of clothing. We are very grateful to George at Angel Woolies for hand knitting each pup for us.


Calling all serving, retired & ex handlers

Our friends at the National UK K9 Memorial are the people who inspired us to start our own journey. 
Please visit their site to add your Police Dogs who have served to their tribute wall.
They also have memorial medals that you can purchase for your dogs service. Please use our link below to go directly to their website.