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4 Paws For Ability - Hunter's Service Dog Story

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Uploaded on Jun 6, 2007

"Let me tell you about a child that in Pre-K was not interacting with his peers because he could not keep up, because he did not always know the right things to do or say to get other children to take notice. By the time this child started Kindergarten he learned that he would be left behind, that other children would start to treat him differently and even tease him, and that it was easier to play by himself. Now let me tell you about the child that is now risking interaction with others, that now has something in common with them, and even is seen as special in the very eyes of those that had deemed him different. Of course this child is Hunter. And the change is Kicker. Even when Kicker is not with him...he is. This is my hope for every child and team placed by 4 Paws... that the world grant them a chance to be seen for who they are, not for what they can't do, and that a bridge of acceptance is built between able and "dis"abled." Michelle, Parent of a child with a 4 Paws Service Dog
4 Paws For Ability TM™, Inc. a non-profit agency taking the 'dis' out of disABILITY! ™
253 Dayton Ave. Xenia, Ohio 45385
Training center phone: 937-374- 0385
Cell phone number: 513-518-0529
Email: karen4paws@aol.com
Web site: http://www.4pawsforability.org

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