Basic information about the transition of a working dog to retirement
SUPPORTING OUR VETS
Their K9 Companions
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We want to say thank you to so many people who have reached out to use in support of our sick four-legged heroes. We can't thank you enough with helping us give these dogs the happy retirement that they deserve. We also want to say a special thank you to the amazing woman, Diane, who stepped up to help cover the costs of CWD Ringo's medical bills. It is so amazing that people like you help make a difference in more ways than you can imagine.
OUR RETIRED HEROES IN THEIR NEW LIFE
Common questions about working dogs, adoptions, and their transition to retirement.
We would like to congratulate Dan and Betsy on their upcoming wedding! In honor of Betsy Wisniski and Dan Schlegel’s wedding on May 21; in lieu of gifts, the gals from Mothers and Others Support (MOS) made a collective donation to K9 Hero Haven. It is easy to recognize K9 Hero Haven's love for the Shepherd breed, and commitment to our Veterans, so we felt it was a great way to honor their day by donating to our local 4-legged heroes. May the love and commitment of these heroes shadow what is to come in the lives of Betsy and Dan.
Our Four-Legged Heroes with real heroes
We would like to say thank you to Susan Larson for her support of Service Dog Flash.
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If you are interested in being considered as a furever home for
our retired heroes, please click the adopt link to be taken to our
adoption application. Please complete all the application questions, so that we can evaluate each applicant for the right match. Please email back your completed application. If being a furever home is not possible, your financial support would be greatly appreciated.
Dan Schlegel to Betsy Wisniski
May 21, 2017
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