Krista Hall is a volunteer puppy raiser for Guide Dogs for the Blind. See how her efforts help the visually impaired, like Vinay Billimoria, whose guide dog, Abel, helps him safely navigate the busy streets and sidewalks of San Francisco. Those who raise and socialize these. . .
In 2009, five-year-old Ayla Casabier, who suffers from life-threatening type 1 diabetes, got a Golden Retriever puppy named Lily Joy. The new puppy was being trained to replace Ayla’s Black Lab, a diabetes-detection service dog, to. . .
David E. Sharpe, a senior airman in the United States Air Force, has an unfortunately all too familiar story of suffering and loss following a military deployment in 2002 to Saudi Arabia. The brave and selfless war veteran suffered. . .
Here’s a story I never expected to write. We’ve posted about folks with service dogs being kicked out of. . .
Here’s a wonderful story about a Black Labrador Retriever named Pesto, who seemed well on his way to becoming a service dog for a disabled person. But something strange happened along the way, . . .
We have posted many times about the amazing bravery displayed my military working dogs throughout the world, helping our servicemen and -women in many capacities. Dogs perform many similar functions as law-enforcement partners here in. . .
A beautiful seven-and-a-half-year-old Golden Retriever named Dakota Sioux is being hailed for making her 1,000th visit as a certified therapy dog near her home in Boulder Hill, Illinois, just west of Chicago. Dakota’s owner, Danny Brown, got the idea for. . .
Every time I post one of these stories, I hope it’s the last one, but they keep on coming. This latest example of a restaurant employee harassing a person has a happier ending than some of the others—the employee eventually apologized—but the. . .