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   Max is a one year old Golden Doodle who needs Specialized Intensive Epileptic Alert & Response Service Dog Training.  
  Having this service dog would allow my 22 year old daughter Rebecca to have some type of safety and independence.  She suffers from Refractory Epileptic Seizures with both Focal & Generalized type seizures that  happen without warning.  Imagine being a young adult needing to have someone with you  24-7…no baths for fear of drowning, no driving, avoiding ALL types of flickering light , not finishing high school with your peers or being able to attend college.  What is day to day for most people is a life or death struggle for Rebecca.  
  We are asking for help to send Max to Service Dog School at Comprehensive Pet Training,inc( www.cpt-training.com) in Atlanta.  This intensive training will cost upwards of $25,000. This includes his Epilepsy response and support training, boarding, food, vet care, socialization, and graduation.  No donation is too small and Givetaxfree.org  will issue a receipt for tax purposes .
 How to Donate by Mail:   To donate by mail, send donations made to Ayres UMC at the address below. Make sure to write “Rebecca Service Dog” in the memo section of the check and you will also get a receipt by mail for tax purposes. 

Ayres Memorial UMC
2771 West Point Road 
Lagrange, Ga. 30240
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With love and hope,
Rebecca’s Family  
 Update: Rebecca turned 22 in July and Max turned 1 on Oct 31. They are currently working to pass the obedience test before placing Max in board training. This saves the cost of having the professional trainer teach him everything and allows Becca to learn training skills.  You will never know how much it means each time someone donates.

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