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Help provide Seizure Assist Dogs to those who need them in honor of Jason "Waldo" Culbreth

Raising funds to help provide and train seizure assist dogs to those that need them. Seizure assist dogs are trained to aid their companion in many different ways depending on the needs of the individual. Many seizure assist dogs are able to get help by using a pre-programmed phone or using an alarm system if one is available to summon medical help. Most are trained to roll the person on their side during a seizure to enable them to better breathe. Many dogs have been trained to turn off the water or empty a bath tub if a seizure occurs while someone is bathing. Having an assistance dog certainly improves the quality of life for many individuals and gives them more freedom as well as self-confidence.

1. Waldo's Service Dogs