Dogs have carried the title as man’s best friend for a long time. They are lovable, loyal, and can provide the gift of independence to their handler. Aside from providing companionship, love, and a fur ever friend, dogs can provide assistance in many forms through therapy and service work. Assistance dogs can aid in daily tasks and help to relieve stress and anxiety. These trained canines help to boost self-esteem and bring comfort to their owner.
"Anything is Pawsable" will train dogs starting as puppies to assist individuals with disabilities, while helping to improve the handler’s quality of life. Below is a list of a few common reasons why assistance dogs are needed:
· Stress & Anxiety Disorders
· Medical Alert
Raising funds for "Anything is Pawsable" is easy to do with our online fundraising system. All funds raised for "Anything is Pawsable" will aid in vetting, caring for, and training puppies to make them the best assistance dogs pawsable. The 1st three puppies trained through "Anything is Pawsable" will be placed in homes through an application system at no cost to the new handler. This is our way of giving back to our community. We want to provide those with disabilities an assistance dog when assistance dogs are hard to obtain. Please support our passion to help those in need of an assistance dog. Thank you for your kindness and generosity.
We are selling Chicken Dinners to help raise funds for our "Anything is Pawsible" program.
Dinners are served drive thru style on Friday, May 1st, 2020 from 4-6pm at K9to5 Doggie Daycare 1216 Indianan Avenue in St. Marys. Dinner includes 1/2 BBQ chicken, applesauce, chips, and a roll with butter. Tickets are $8 per and are available from any staff member and at the daycare location.
Janet Keenan: We are so overwhelmed by the generosity of this gift! Tucker will be Abby’s best friend and will be loved every day of his life.
K9to5 Doggy Daycare, LLC. Is pleased to announce the pre-placement of our first Service Dog to Abby Keenan of Cleves, Ohio. Abby is the daughter of Janet (Gerstner) and John Keenan and is a busy 24-year-old with Autism who works, volunteers at her old high school and is very active in Special Olympics. Janet is from St. Marys originally and has very close ties with our community and our program.
Abby is needing an emotional support dog and has chosen Tucker, our sable labradoodle. Abby will be receiving this dog FREE from the “Anything is Pawsable” program from K9to5 Doggy Daycare. Tucker will be trained especially for Abby and her needs. Abby is looking so forward to getting her new dog and taking it for walks so others can pet her special boy.
We are so pleased to have Abby and her family to be the first family to receive this special dog and will follow his progress as we continue to train Tucker and our other 5 puppies.
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