Military Dog Honored on Veteran's Day
Veteran's Day Ceremony, Texas A&M San Antonio Campus
Dog Serves As Mascot For Group Seeking Veteran Status for MWDs
November 11, 2011
Tim Gerber, KSAT 12 News Reporter
As the nation paused to honor the sacrifices of its military men and women Friday, one local Veterans Day ceremony also honored the sacrifices of a four-legged soldier. Rachel and Lex were honored in a Veteran's Day Ceremony held at the Texas A&M San Antonio Campus on Veteran's Day.
Please click here to view the video clip from this event.
One Whopper of a Tale!
Beloved therapy dog spreads joy and sunshine everywhere he goes.
Written by Jennifer Heath
Our very own Whopper was recently featured in Sugarland Magazine. Please click the link below to see the article.
One Whopper of a Tale - Sugarland Magazine Article
Week of January 4, 2012
Forrest was recognized for his holiday visit to the Caswell County Senior Center. He visited with all of the members at the center on December 29, 2011 while Amanda gave a short presentation about Paws 4 Hearts.
Therapy Dog Shares Love with Community
The Rancher Newspaper
January 12, 2012
written by Rebecca Bennett
Therapy Dog Share Love with Community
Whopper was also recently recognized by the American Chesapeake Club as the first Chesapeake Bay Retriever to receive the AKC Therapy Dog Title.
Wounded Soldier Gets New Legs
August 17, 2011
On June 2, 2011 Luke Wedgeworth lost his legs serving OUR country. On August 17, 2011, Wendy from Paws 4 Hearts was HONORED to share a MILESTONE with Luke and his mom Beth at The Intrepid at Ft. Sam Houston, Texas. Luke received phase 1 of his prosthetic legs, which are called “stumpies.” As she put this video together along with still shots she took, she reflected on her morning with Luke and Beth and all of the other soldiers at the Intrepid who are working hard to use limbs that were lost or severely damaged while serving OUR country. Please take a few minutes to view the video at the link below and remember OUR FREEDOM IS NOT FREE and that OUR troops sacrifice daily to keep us safe. God Bless ALL of OUR troops!!!
Luke Taking First Steps
Spring Branch business trains dogs to really be man’s best friend
Posted: Saturday, March 5, 2011 4:48 pm
Betty Taylor, For the Herald-Zeitung Herald-Zeitung
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Paws 4 Hearts participated in the Schertz 4th of July parade with the VFW Post 8315. Check out our video.
July 4, 2011