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Casey was trained by 4 Paws For Ability Mission The Mission of 4 Paws for Ability is to enrich the lives of people with disabilities by training and placing service animals to provide them with companionship and promote independent living.  They specialize in placements with people who are turned away by many other agencies. 4 Paws accepts anyone who has a disability as defined by the Americans of Disabilities act of 1990 (within the realm of our ability to train the dog and meet the individual need) and specialize in finding creative solutions for people who have severe disabilities. They accept children of any age and have formed a team placement where the dog is certified to the parent and child as a three person team. Goals • Provide as many people as possible, within the scope of our ability to serve, and with disabilities falling under the definition of such in the Americans With Disability Act (1990) with access to a qualified service animal trained specifically for their needs, regardless of age and severity of disability. • Reduce the number of unwanted animals who would otherwise be destroyed by obtaining the majority of our animals from shelters and rescue groups. • Increase public awareness of the laws regarding service animals and the value they provide their owners. Connor was a sweet, bright, funny 8½-year-old boy who LOVED Ohio State Buckeye football! He also really liked "Mr. Sun" and beautiful days! Connor had fun with Thomas the Tank Engine, Clifford and many different Playmobil sets! He also loved play-doh. Connor adored his service dog Casey, and grew to love her more every day. Connor & his Goldendoodle service dog Casey To read more about Connor, please visit his personal website here -  http://connorscott99.blogspot.com/ Connor's House The mission of Connor's House is to support children with complex health care needs, together with their families, by creating a community of support helping them to embrace each day and live life to its fullest.  http://www.connorshouse.org How Can You Help? Volunteers are needed at the training center and families are needed as puppy raisers. To help please contact -  http://www.4pawsforability.org/help.htm For puppy donations, please contact -  http://www.4pawsforability.org/puppydonation.htm For More Information : Website  :    http://www.4pawsforability.org/index.html
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Casey was trained by 4 Paws For Ability Mission The Mission of 4 Paws for Ability is to enrich the lives of people with disabilities by training and placing service animals to provide them with companionship and promote independent living.  They specialize in placements with people who are turned away by many other agencies. 4 Paws accepts anyone who has a disability as defined by the Americans of Disabilities act of 1990 (within the realm of our ability to train the dog and meet the individual need) and specialize in finding creative solutions for people who have severe disabilities. They accept children of any age and have formed a team placement where the dog is certified to the parent and child as a three person team. Goals • Provide as many people as possible, within the scope of our ability to serve, and with disabilities falling under the definition of such in the Americans With Disability Act (1990) with access to a qualified service animal trained specifically for their needs, regardless of age and severity of disability. • Reduce the number of unwanted animals who would otherwise be destroyed by obtaining the majority of our animals from shelters and rescue groups. • Increase public awareness of the laws regarding service animals and the value they provide their owners. Connor was a sweet, bright, funny 8½-year-old boy who LOVED Ohio State Buckeye football! He also really liked "Mr. Sun" and beautiful days! Connor had fun with Thomas the Tank Engine, Clifford and many different Playmobil sets! He also loved play-doh. Connor adored his service dog Casey, and grew to love her more every day. Connor & his Goldendoodle service dog Casey To read more about Connor, please visit his personal website here -  http://connorscott99.blogspot.com/ Connor's House The mission of Connor's House is to support children with complex health care needs, together with their families, by creating a community of support helping them to embrace each day and live life to its fullest.  http://www.connorshouse.org How Can You Help? Volunteers are needed at the training center and families are needed as puppy raisers. To help please contact -  http://www.4pawsforability.org/help.htm For puppy donations, please contact -  http://www.4pawsforability.org/puppydonation.htm For More Information : Website  :    http://www.4pawsforability.org/index.html