Sue Harris with her dog little Toby.
Frances Pena with her dog Fancy
PAWS TO REMEMBER
We are so sorry to hear of the loss of Cassie, but we are also so very proud of the sweet girl who helped so many children during her 10-year tenure with the R.E.A.D. Program. What a wonderful testament to all of the good therapy dogs can do for others! Please know that our thoughts are with you; sweet Cassie will be greatly missed, but also greatly celebrated, in our hearts. Cassie was one of the founding dogs of the R.E.A.D. program.
Bitsy was one of the founding dogs of the R.E.A.D. program. She was loved by the children she helped at Scott Johnson Elementary and will be missed by her Huntsville Pets family and friends. Fly high little one, fly high.
Brodie, Golden Retriever, loved serving in any program that involved children.
Wishbone, Smooth Collie was one of the original dogs of Paws/hphp. He served in the summer R.E.A.D. program, Safety Around Dogs, and visited nursing home residents.
Taz was a wonderful, caring cat that gave of himself to those he met.
Emma leaves a proud service to be carried on by her daughter, Molly
and grandsons, Cloud & Patrick
Dante‘s short life was filled with school children who loved him. There will always be tales of the gentle giant that listened to the children read
and always had room for just one more hand to pet him..
Mollie, the labradoodle, was gentleness itself. “Sweet” barely describes the depth of love that she gave.
Corky loved every minute of every day.
Holly, the founding dog, of Paws 4 Love, excelled in everything she tried: AKC Obedience Champion, Therapy dog extraordinaire and beloved family member.
Molly leaves a legacy of gentleness and love.
Dale and Whitley’s visits were enjoyed for many years by the residents of Ella Smithers Retirement Home
Willow retires after 10 years of service.