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FOX Nation, a host of Tyre says that he hates to see it’s Going to go, but was happy to see him changing someone’s life for the better.

I’ve been thinking lately a lot about what it means to be, to give, to volunteer and to serve. Three weeks from today, I will be Going back to the Dog, the Independence of which he / she is in the next phase of his life, and the advanced training aka ” doggy school. When people ask me about the Angel, and to hear that we have these dogs back, they will almost always say, “I would never do that.” Or, “I could never get him back.” I know it seems like a lot.

THE DAILY SPIKE: SPIKE IS GOING OFF TO COLLEGE IN LESS THAN A MONTH

Animals – dogs-and special be an integral part of our family. They bring us great joy. They will provide you with a friendly face, or their face is in your lap when they sense you’re feeling down. They get the zoomies and run around the house with a goofy stutter step that makes you laugh. And they can’t destroy your shoes and furniture in a matter of minutes. Then they wait by the door for your children to come home from school, and wagging their tails endlessly, at the sight of them, and all is forgiven.

However, some of the dogs were used for other purposes. I’ve heard of many a Dog graduates, what our service dogs have changed their lives. How-ever, were confined to their own home, but don’t want to leave, and now because of their dog, they became more social, he found a partner and started a family.

I have been told of how our wounded veterans are coming home and can’t function or live a normal life, and because of the visible and invisible scars of war. How is it thought that life was over, or it isn’t worth it. And what a service dog is life is manageable, even joyful again.

I’ve heard of how children with disabilities and special needs was to the left of the normal activities at the school, or, worst of all, the fun of it. What they didn’t have a normal childhood. And then they got a service dog, and today they are one of the most popular kids in school. How can they want to learn to throw a ball, improve their motor skills, or try out a new job.

This is the main reason as to why and how I can give it to Spike it up.

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My friend and colleague, Ed Henry, is doing something incredibly selfless and brave.
(Jennifer Williams)

My friend and colleague, Ed Henry, is doing something incredibly selfless and brave. Two weeks ago, Ed had an extensive surgery, so he was able to donate 30% of his liver to his younger sister, Colleen, who suffers from a degenerative liver disease. He went through months and months of pre-op tests and evaluations. I can only think of the very personal questions about the family and the life that it must be going through his head.

I have to admit, I’ve never thought of being a living organ donor, so even though I’m well aware of the fact that all of the operations of my late brother, Kyle, who is a paraplegic, and went on. I have checked it out of the box, by the BY, a body donor, I think that’s the right thing to do would be some unfortunate accident. The opportunity to be a living donor and it has never come up for me, but the Ed’s structure is to start with a conversation, but for many of us, about what we would do if it did.

Here’s the thing, though. We weren’t all meant to be living organ donors. And we don’t have to be volunteer puppy breeders in order to make a difference in people’s lives.

Here’s what you can do about it. You can use it to serve as a volunteer in a variety of ways. You are able to donate. You can also “retweet”. You can support a friend in need. If you want to find out more about organ donation and transplantation – let’s go to organdonor.gov and/or a check in the box MEANS!

Two weeks ago, Ed had an extensive surgery, so he was able to donate 30% of his liver to his younger sister, Colleen, who suffers from a degenerative liver disease. He went through months and months of pre-op tests and evaluations.
(Jennifer Williams)

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A dog is for Independence provides service dogs free of charge to adults, children, and veterans with disabilities. Free of charge, so that it will not be an obstacle to get the life-saving service dog. And you can help by going to cci.org/spike.

Yes, it is as simple as that.

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