On Thursday June 3rd I found out that Liame, my service dog of 8 years, the dog that inspired the creation of this business, has an incredibly aggressive form of kidney cancer and has days to weeks to live. I will be shutting down the operations of Service Dog Academy to focus on his care, comfort and happiness with the time he has left on this earth. Please pray for us during this difficult time.

Our dogs do so much to light up our lives, its time we give some of that happiness back to them in the short time they have with us. I want to encourage you to share on facebook, twitter, a comment on the blog or in an email to me how you will personally make your dogs day a better one. More treats, more walks, more snuggles, more kongs. #CarpeLiame the day and make #TodayTheBestDayEver for your dog.

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  1. May God bess you on your journey with Liame. I will honor Ebony (my dad) with extra hugs, a good brushing and a little extra peanut butter in her Kong. Tonight we will dedicate our yoga/meditation to you.

    Love, hugs and tail wags.

    Mary and Ebony

  2. I grieve for you. Thankyou and Liame for helping me train my shepherd.
    Marcelle Dunbar

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