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At Golden Healer Service Dogs, we are always looking for new ways to raise money so that we can provide the best training and care for the dogs in our program. Our goal is to provide a service dog to anyone who needs it regardless of their financial situation. Your donations help us to achieve this, so we thank you in advance for your support!




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Jonah & Sofia

Meet Jonah and Sofia. Jonah and Sofia are siblings, both with a gentle yet energetic personality. Jonah and Sofia also struggle with mental health challenges. Jonah has anxiety and autism which cause him to get overwhelmed during school and homework. Jonah has a hard time connecting with others and building relationships. Sofia also suffers from anxiety as well as severe panic disorder. Activities like leaving for school or being in large crowds can aggravate her anxiety and cause a panic attack that is not easily diffused by family and friends.

Meet Hulk. Hulk is an emotional support dog in training. Jonah, Sofia, and their family are asking for contributions so that Hulk can complete this training program.

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Mckenna Carroll

Meet Mckenna. Mckenna is a gymnastic coach in Houston, TX who is full of passion and love for her family, friends, and art! Mckenna’s life was severely altered after she witnessed a traumatic and emotional scarring motorcycle accident when she was 16. Shortly after, Mckenna was in her own car accident which created more physical and mental wounds. These events have changed the way Mckenna can live her life and has caused severe anxiety, depression, and PTSD.

Meet Ginger Hope. Ginger is an Psychiatric Service Dog in training. Mckenna is asking for contributions so Ginger can complete this training program.

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Jayden Franco

Meet Jayden. Jayden is a is a fun and fearless 6-year-old boy who lives with his mom and dad. When Jayden was one and a half years old, he was diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder. This disorder along with non-verbal communication and an intellectual disability has created unique challenges for Jayden and his family.

Autism Support Dogs can be trained to help autistic individuals feel safe, confident, and comforted. Jayden and his family are asking for contributions so they can fund the program for an Autism Support Dog.

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Ashtyn Woollard

Meet Ashtyn. Ashtyn is a smart and creative 7-year-old girl who lives with her family in Lindon, UT. At the age of three, Ashtyn was diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder. While her diagnosis has helped her parents learn new ways to manage her behaviors, Ashtyn’s daily struggles of anxiety and emotional regulation is still difficult to manage.

Autism Service Dogs are specially trained animals to help prevent or diffuse the behaviors of individuals with Autism. Ashtyn and her family are asking for contributions so they can fund the program for an Autism Service Dog.

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Michael Littledike

Meet Michael. Michael is an energetic 4-year-old who lives with his parents and brothers. When Michael was just about to turn two, his parents noticed significant changes in the way he interacted with others. After trying methods like early-intervention speech therapy, Michael was finally diagnosed with moderate to severe Autism Spectrum Disorder.

To help Michael and his family improve the daily challenges of Autism, they are seeking to attain an Autism Support Dog. Their dog will be specifically trained for Michaels needs. Michael and his family are asking for contributions so they can fund the program for an Autism Support Dog.

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Jada Wheeler

Meet Jada. Jada is a hard-working wife and mother of two who always does whatever it takes to make sure those she loves are taken care of. Since Jada was young, she has suffered from Epilepsy, anxiety, and sever panic disorder. The daily commitments of Jada’s busy life of being a full-time mother, wife, and employee make these disorders even more difficult to manage.

Seizure Alert Service Dogs are specially trained to detect a seizure before it occurs and can help calm anxiety and prevent panic attacks. Jada and her family are asking for contributions so they can fund the program for a Seizure Alert Service Dog.

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Haylee McArthur

Meet Haylee. Haylee is a proud wife and mother of three. She is also a Type 1 Diabetic. Type 1 diabetics rely entirely on insulin injections several times a day and a manual blood sugar test every 2-3 hours.

Meadow is a Diabetic Alert Dog in training. A diabetic alert dog is trained to paw its owner before glucose levels get too high or too low. Haylee’s family is asking for contributions so Meadow can complete this training program.

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