August 31st, 2016 A few of the Animals Deserve Better| Paws for life dogs began their new school year helping out a sophomore at Walton High School. This particular student is also a senior Girl Scout working towards her Gold Award, (which is the highest award a Girl Scout can earn). She needed to create a community […]
In an article written by Laura Goldman for Care2 she tells the story of a Hiker and his Guide Dog.
Hiking over 20,000 miles on rugged trails across the United States is quite an accomplishment for anyone, but especially for someone who is isn’t able to see those trails.
Trevor Thomas is an extreme sports enthusiast who […]
“Comfort dogs” are being used in Orlando to provide encouragement and hope to those affected by the tragic shooting this weekend that left 49 innocent people dead.
A Prince of a Guy, Prince Harry Helping a Service Dog out of the water after a swim race.
They’re loyal, dedicated and full of unconditional love and at the Invictus Games this week, service dogs took their responsibilities to the next level, helping their owners compete and even taking some gold medals.
Beowulf, the newest employee with Emory’s Counseling and Psychological Services, is the university’s first full-time therapy dog. Already a popular presence on campus, she interacts with counseling clients and visits informally with students during events […]
We love this story that appeared recently in an article in AKC.org.
Meet Porter the Newfoundland pictured below who has a very important job. LYING DOWN! Yes, that’s right, Porter is a new kind of service animal trained to deal with elopement or wandering- words autism experts use to refer to the tendency of autistic children who dart […]