Dogs are TRULY amazing!
Molly and her human companion, Dayna, have taken Molly’s skills into schools all across the world, educating kids and parents about the essentials of fire safety.
Libra is a service dog that made it possible for her companion, Summer, to do many insurmountable tasks. One huge feat was Summer’s walk across the field to be in a parade when voted Freshman Homecoming Princess.
Cori has already exercised her therapy dog power on military vets with PTSD, bringing comfort and healing with the playfulness and grace of her confident spirit. Cori is a strong, brave, and kind-hearted helper.
While it’s obvious that Mork’s innate intelligence and commitment to Wallis enables her to live a fully independent life despite her dystonia, the daily laughter and joys of companionship are equally invaluable parts of their special bond.
Rina’s superpower of connecting with people as a healer made her an immediate friend to anyone she met, a devoted sister to Ricochet and a lifelong companion for Judy. Rina was known for her light-hearted personality and smile, taking every opportunity to steal the remote, wear shoes and deliver packages from UPS drivers to Judy’s front door.
What makes Olaf perfectly suited for his role at the school is his superpower of gentle calmness that helps kids overcome a variety of different challenges. Whether students feel anxious, upset, distracted, or sad, Olaf’s presence can practically make those feelings disappear the very instant an outstretched hand meets his fluffy fur.
As a specially trained guide dog, Tennille has enabled Trevor Thomas to safely travel solo and unsupported across thousands of miles of backcountry trails.
While Booter’s calm focus and friendly demeanor certainly helped bolster a sense of hope amidst the group, perhaps there was no better inspiration for unconditional selflessness than that of the search dog on his mission to find people in trouble.