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$2000.00 or more  is Need to help Dogs In Service Project spread the word of the differences between Assistance Animals and how they help their handlers.Dogs In Service  Project was made to teach the difference between Assistance Animals which are Service Animals, Emotional Support Animals... Read More

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$2000.00 or more  is Need to help Dogs In Service Project spread the word of the differences between Assistance Animals and how they help their handlers.

Dogs In Service  Project was made to teach the difference between Assistance Animals which are Service Animals, Emotional Support Animals, Therapy Animals, and also help People with Mental Illness decide which one fits their life best with input from their doctor and other care takers  as well.

The money will be used to pay fees of programs and events Dogs In Service Project would be at to get the word to the public's ear's or hand's, to print handouts, take any updating training that would be needed and to help client's of the Dogs In Service Project keep their Service Animal and gear clean and healthy, plus any further training a client would need as well.

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Susan Focht, on behalf of

Dogs In Service Project

$2000.00 or more to be used to teach the public the different between Assistance Animals and how their helpful to their handlers. The funds will be used to cover the cost of printing handouts and updating them for events where the public don't always know the different between them.

Susan Focht

She has been using service dogs since 2012 after losing two family members and being hit by a drunk driver in 1999 She created the Dogs In Service Project with the help of her family to help other people with mental illness to decide which assistance animal is best for their life

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    Susan Focht

    6 months ago

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