Meet our Service Dog Grant Winner: Zanye Lovik!
Did you know service dogs cost often $10,000 or more? And this is on the lower end, like when a disabled person trains their own dog, rather than going through an organization.
Zanye is one of these individuals. They live with PTSD, fibromyalgia, and the aftermath of brain damage—making a service dog a critical part of their healing and ability to thrive.
Owner training is a tough journey, especially for a cane and wheelchair user trying to teach their dog mobility assistance tasks. So, we’re stepping in to help them fundraise for this specific training.
The goal? $2000.
You can help Zanye reach it, simply by purchasing yourself a treat from our shop. 15% of all profits will go directly to them and their current service dog in training, Bear.
Or go ahead and donate directly below!
How you can help:
Purchase yourself any treat from our shop and 15% of the profits will go directly to Zanye and Bear. Once you purchase, go ahead and share your generosity on social media with a link to this page! The faster we can reach Zanye’s goal, the sooner we can support yet another service dog handler.
If you’re not in a place to financially contribute, you’ll still help a ton if you share this page. Every share will likely reach an average of 10 people—and that could mean a couple hundred dollars to Zanye.
What the $2000 goal will cover:
First year of training - $800
Mobility Screening - $600
Mobility Gear - $600
Every dollar helps—donate what you can here.
Zanye and Bear will receive 100% of all contributions here!