Thank You For Your Support – Meet London – Kye’s Service Dog
Dravet Syndrome has caused Kye to have over a dozen seizures, requiring emergency medical intervention and trips to the hospital, as well as hundreds of daily small seizures. Along with seizures, Dravet Syndrome has also caused speech, mobility, and developmental delays.
Fortunately Kyelynn has been accepted by 4 Paws for Ability (www.4pawsforability.org) to receive a seizure and multipurpose service dog. With your help we are able to bring this highly skilled service dog home for Kyelynn. We raised over $16,000 for 4 Paws for Ability to support their mission!
What a multipurpose/seizure Service Dog will do for Kyelynn:
Tracking – If Kye ever wandered or ran away, her dog would be able to track her scent and find her quickly.
Seizure alert – the dog is trained to sense and respond to seizures.
Mobility- the dog has a harness to help steady Kye while walking on uneven ground.
Behavior disruption – The dog is trained to nuzzle, lick, etc. to help calm Kye or stop an unwanted behavior such as temper tantrums.
Companionship/Socialization – It is difficult for a child with special needs to feel comfortable in our social world. This dog will be Kye’s best friend and hopefully encourage her to make new relationships easily.
Sense of security and safety for Kye – The dog can go to the hospital with her, to therapy and even to school! This will help her in transitions and in stressful situations.
Donations and Fundraising
It costs 4 Paws about $22,000 to place a dog with Kyelynn. We committed to and completed raising at least $13,000 in support of the 4 Paws for Ability mission . Tax-deductible donations “In Honor of Kyelynn Goering” are accepted in the following ways:
Send a check with “Kyelynn Goering” on the Memo line to:
4 Paws for Ability
In Honor of Kyelynn Goering
253 Dayton Ave.
Xenia, Ohio 45385