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National PTSD Awareness Month: How a Service Dog Makes a Difference

June is PTSD Awareness Month. Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) is associated most with veterans, but anyone who has been through a traumatic event can experience it. Many people who go through a traumatic event may have difficulty adjusting and coping with things, but with time they can get better. Sometimes though, symptoms get worse and begin to interfere with day-to-day functions

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Meet Our Friends at A Special Wish Foundation- Dayton Chapter

A Special Wish Foundation – Dayton Chapter is a wish granting organization whose mission is to grant the wish of a child or adolescent (birth through age 20) who has been diagnosed by a physician with a life-threatening disorder. We strive to provide children and their families with special time together and a sense of normalcy despite the challenges they are experiencing. Since 1983, our chapter has granted over 1,700 wishes to children living in the Dayton area.

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National Autism Awareness Month: How a Service Dog Makes a Difference

April is Autism Awareness Month. Autism is a debilitating developmental disability that can impact a person’s life in a variety of ways. While there is no cure for autism, there are different tools to help those who have been diagnosed. One of those tools is a service dog, or more specifically, an Autism Assistance Dog.

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Meet the Newest 4 Paws Dogs

Last year, we sponsored 3 amazing dogs from our friends at 4 Paws for Ability. Plumette has gone on to be a Fabulous Flunky and has since become a therapy dog visiting nursing homes regularly. Yonder is now a breeder, which means we can look forward to little Yonder puppies in the future! Azure graduated last year and is living as an Autism Assistance dog.

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