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Children’s Hospital Therapy Dog Treated to Adorable Retirement Party Blowout

Published on 10/9/2017
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      I'm sure most who read my press releases by now can tell that one of my niches' is in pets.  The reason being is simple, they are truly my passion.  Anyways, I had posted a few times on therapy and service dogs and their importance and the many ways they help.  Well, today as I was flipping through my Flipboard I came across Abe's story and retirement. I would like to share it with you all as I felt it was so amazing and uplifting.  I hope you all enjoy it as much as I did.


Children’s Hospital Therapy Dog Treated to Adorable Retirement Party Blowout !!



After 11 years of spreading smiles professionally, Abe the therapy dog is retiring.
Over the course of his career with Seattle Childrens' Hospital he has cheered up thousands of kids dealing with their toughest times.
“Not only do patients and their families enjoy his visits, there are staff members we’ve come to know over the past several years who love seeing him,” says owner Judith  Bonifaci.
While the process of becoming a certified therapy pet is challenging, Abe wagged his tail the whole way through.
 Boniface brought the dog into her life more than a decade ago after overcoming the heartbreaking loss of her last golden retriever.
This time, she wanted her pet to make a difference not just in her life, but the lives of countless others, so she started taking Abe to therapy dog training when he was just a puppy.  Often it takes canines three to four years to become a therapy dog, but  To Continue Enjoying This Story, Click Here
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