Posts By: Jaki Waggamon

2016 Donors

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Supporters The following supporters contributed more than $5000 in 2016! $100,000 Miss Dorothy – $100,000 $99,999 – $50,000 ECMC Foundation – $50,050 Chardith Foundation – $50,000 Calipari Foundation Inc – $75,000 Chardith Foundation – $50,000 $49,999 – $25,000 Chardith Foundation – $25,000 Estate of Jules Hirsch, deceased – $40,000 Eisai Inc – $30,000 OneAmerica – $30,000… Read more »

Zachary Verbanac

Posted by & filed under Make a Dream Come True.

Hi! I’m Zachary,   I am very energetic, I love to climb trees, run, jump, and math is my favorite subject in school. Pandas are my favorite animal but I love to cuddle all my stuffed animals, I am very sweet and care about all living things. Green is my favorite color and watching superhero… Read more »

4 Paws University Involvement

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How to Get Started 4 Paws for Ability University Program accepts new program participants twice a year, fall and spring semesters.  Summer session is reserved only for returning handlers, new participants are unable to begin in the summer.  If you are attending classes at one of our 13 official campus programs, you should contact them for… Read more »

Puppy Raisers 2012

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Meet a Puppy Raiser Tori Shishler | University of Kentucky Foster, Fall 2012 I have people come up to me all the time and ask me how I can give up the dog after getting attached to him and that they could never do the program because of that. I know that its going to one of… Read more »

Puppy Raiser – Kaitlyn Schmerge

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Meet a Puppy Raiser Name:  Kaitlyn Schmerge School:  Sinclair Community College Major:  Veterinary Technology Dogs fostered:  Fostered 5 dogs(4 long term fosters and one short term foster) – Cinderella, Cragen, BelleStarr, Gibbs, Deeks  To fully put into words what 4 Paws for Ability has done in my life is nearly impossible. Starting college, I didn’t know where it… Read more »