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MY DAUGHTER NEEDS YOUR HELP!

My 8 year old daughter has epilepsy and she needs a service dog to help her survive. Please consider a donation to help us train her dog Kai who alerts when Kailey has a silent episode.

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December 23, 2021

After a month of one of one training with Kairo we finally seeing some progress with Kay and Kairo partnership .. still a long way to go but there is hope that he will be able to take on such a huge job..

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January 6, 2022

We are praying for you and your family Kailey, in agreement with The God of Heaven's Holy Bible; "YE SHALL LIVE AND NOT DIE, I THE LORD SHALL PROSPER YOU" ! AMEN. Also, God is dog spelled backward, He can use anything for our good, just have faith.
The Harrity family

Stanford Harrity

January 5, 2022

As someone with a medical alert dog in training as well, I feel deeply for you and your daughter. My dog is a chocolate lab, playful but fearless, training to help alert me about my heart condition and syncope. I know what I donated isn't much, but it's all we can afford to give right now with us training my boy as well. If you or anyone else wants to reach out to us, our Instagram is @taufey.laufey.sdit
Who knows? Maybe we can become friends!

Ash Windler

January 5, 2022

Jason at Canines4Hope trained my PTSD service dog, Keely, without even meeting me until I went to get her when she was a little over a year old and she has made a major difference in my life. I picked her out as a puppy from pictures. I am glad you found them and know they will do a great job with Kairo. Yes, the training is expensive. My cost for Keely and all her training was $18K but the wonderful work Jason did with her and me was well worth the expense.
I sat in that very same spot at Canines4Hope when I went down to meet Keely for the first time on 2/8/2021.
I wish I could contribute monetarily however I am not at a place to do so however my prayers are with your family.

Susan Moore