Bruiser Loves His Bed Bruiser is a yellow Lab who LOVES to play ball and snuggle. We live in Blackwood NJ and hope some day I can be a puppy raiser for a service dog so I can be a big brother.
Crystal Cockroft has been running Canine Hope for Diabetics for almost 5 years. She and her team train diabetic alert dogs for type one diabetics. The dogs are trained to alert high and low blood sugar. Whether their owners are asleep or awake, they can alert their owners about an increase or decrease in blood sugar. Crystal and her team have made their organization to be as community oriented as possible, so that families can all get together and feel comfortable because they all have something very important in common. They can all get together to learn and gain knowledge of other diabetics, and the diabetic alert community. They put together outings, there’s a place where families can talk to other families that are just like them. As Crystal says; “It’s just become a fun, safe place where families can get together that have something in common.”
Scooby Doo & Scrappy??? This is our rescue Jazzmin the Great Dane and her Little Chihuahua buddy Bailey. They love to snuggle on their Kuranda Bed! And its the only bed Jazzmin doesn't chewed up! Yay for Kuranda!
Breakfast in Bed Coby is a black lab who has good self control. He will leave anything you ask him to until you tell him it is OK to eat it. He loves his bed and hangs out there all the time :)
PACC Partners, Tucson AZ assemble and deliver new Kuranda beds to the dogs during the Holidays!
Both the dogs, and the cats have received bed donations for wonderful pet lovers. The cats think their new tower is cool! "Our first bed has arrived and our babes LOVE it!!! Thank you from all of us!"
Thompson Humane Society, Manitoba supporters donate beds for all of the dogs in just 2 days! Now 24 dogs will have a comfortable place to relax.
Dogs and cats of the Animal Care Center of St John, US Virgin Islands will be relaxing on Kuranda beds, thanks to the generosity of supporters from Ohio, New Jesey, Missouri & Pennsylvania. Nice job!
Frank Wisneski is a devoted father, volunteer and passionate photographer who was inspired by the animals and friends he works with. Frank’s 10 year old daughter was diagnosed with type 1 diabetes at the age of 7. Because of this, he looked into diabetic alert dogs, which brought him to his Black Lab, Major. Major is his daughter’s service dog who was adopted from a very abusive life. Major was just 35lbs when he was rescued and has made a 100% recovery thanks to his trainer at Canine Hope for Diabetics, and the love and compassion from Frank and his family. As Frank says “Major pays it forward every day” by being an inspiration, and amazing companion to Frank and his family.
Two Women with a Garage Dog Rescue, Manitoba, Canada. I can't even begin to thank each and every one of our donaters. Thank you. Witth your help, we exceeded our requested four beds...we got SIX BEDS!