Floyd County woman buys bulletproof vests for Montgomery County K-9s

She bought them with the intent to give them to the Sheriff’s Office

Laurel Gellazuski, of Floyd, bought two bulletproof vests for the Montgomery County Sheriff's Office. (Montgomery County Sheriff's Office)

MONTGOMERY COUNTY, Va. – Two K-9s keeping us safe are now a bit safer themselves.

On Tuesday, Laurel Galaszewski and her husband, Barry Turner, of Pilot, donated two bulletproof vests to the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office.

Maxx, who is 2 years old, and Archin, who is 3 ½ years old, will receive the vests, which are made to stop 9mm rounds, as well as .357 Magnum bullets.

They are also both slash and stab-resistant.

The cost of both vests was $2,067.

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