4 Paws for Ability

4 Paws for Ability
4 Paws for Ability is listed in the Pet Training category in Xenia, Ohio. Displayed below are the social networks for 4 Paws for Ability which include a Facebook page, a Pinterest page and a Twitter account. The activity and popularity of 4 Paws for Ability on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 98.

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1591 Old 35
Xenia, OH 45385
(937) 374-0385

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4 Paws for Ability has an overall ZapScore of 98. This means that 4 Paws for Ability has a higher ZapScore than 98% of all businesses on Zappenin. For reference, the median ZapScore for a business in Xenia, Ohio is 41 and in the Pet Training category is 45. Learn more about ZapScore.

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4 Paws For Ability shared their event.
Don't forget to join us tonight!
Join us to meet the new Director of Volunteer Engagement and hear about new developments with the volunteer program!
42 people interested

4 Paws For Ability added 68 new photos.
It's that wonderful day when it all comes full circle. The staff's dedication, the puppy raiser's hard work, the caring volunteers and the families all come together to celebrate a new journey and to say their goodbyes.

4 Paws For Ability shared their photo.
When we asked this super special momma if we could share her privately posted story, we hoped she would say yes. We knew she had written something people needed to hear. We knew her son needed to be seen, like really seen, genuinely seen - not glared at, or intentionally ignored, or perhaps worse, looked at, but not actually seen. While written about one special little boy and his perfectly picked service dog, it's a universal story - about a family who fights hard, feels pushed away and excluded, who finds love in the best possible place. We didn't know that we would put our phones down for an hour and come back to a post that, at the time, had reached 92,000 people. We didn't know that before bed it would be shared on Love What Matters, helping it reach thousands more people. We knew her story needed to be shared - we just didn't know how many people would listen. Today, a year later, this story is still popping up across the internet. People are still seeing this little boy and his dog and hearing their story, appreciating their journey. Thank you for sharing love with them, period, hard stop, because they are worthy of that love.
I'm not sure why, but people still ask us why we place service dogs with children sometimes. Let me help you understand, from a momma who knows first hand: See this moment? I've never experienced a moment like this. I thought about not sharing it for embarrassment of my ugly cry face, but i decided it's too important not to share.😅 This picture was taken near the end of the day after my autistic five year old was finally able to sit down with his new Service Dog Tornado. He flew across the entire ocean, stopped in multiple states, and uprooted his entire routine to travel the globe for this. He was so overwhelmed through the day that he had to leave to take a break for a couple hours before he could come back. This boy is the strongest child I have ever met; he has faced countless rude and ignorant adults and children who do not understand him, who have hurt him, and who have not valued him because he is different. This picture captures the face of a mother who saw her child, who she can't hug, wash, dress, snuggle and touch freely lay on his new Service dog of his own free will, with a purposeful unspoken attachment. This is the face of a mom who has seen her son experience countless failed social interactions on the playground in an attempt to have a friend. Any friend. Any kind of connection. She has sat with her son while he has cried at night for months because he has no consistent connections outside of the family no matter how hard he tries and no matter what he works hard on in his Autism therapies. It doesn't transfer to the natural occurring world for him. And now she is sitting behind her son silently watching this moment, with the air sucked from her lungs, and no words to say. Holding her mouth and silently crying because she doesn't want to distract him from the moment and break him away from a pure, honest, and truly fulfilling moment for her son-of his own free will. This is truly magic. Words cannot explain it. I have cried so many times for this boy, but this is the very first time I have cried for a reason like this. It's new, it's painful, it's wonderful, and it's grateful. I will always stand behind this boy (probably still crying 😂) but I am grateful that he will have Tornado to stand beside him. The 4 Paws magic is real. The wait is long, but this moment right here makes it worth every moment of waiting. It's worth every fight for services for my son, every diagnosis, every new provider, every dollar spent, every paper filled out, every school meeting, every shed tear, every step forward, every step back, and every wonder of the unknown future. Some how because of this- because of Tornado- I know everything will be okay. 🐾

4 Paws For Ability shared their event.
Who is making plans to come to our onsite volunteer reception? You don't have to be an onsite volunteer - you just have to want to be one! Get there and we'll tell you how!
Join us to meet the new Director of Volunteer Engagement and hear about new developments with the volunteer program!
42 people interested

FOR MATURE AUDIENCES ONLY: Not that kind of naughty...a group of 10 romance authors have joined together for a collection of stories into one book where all proceeds will benefit 4 Paws! The last time Once Upon An Alpha supported 4 Paws with a book release, they donated so much they sponsored two service dogs in training and named one of our outdoor dog runs! Purchase your copy before December 15! Nook: http://bit.ly/AODNook Kobo: http://bit.ly/AoDKobo iBooks: http://bit.ly/AODiBOOKS Amazon US: http://amzn.to/2s0KJB7 Amazon UK: http://amzn.to/2s0qNOJ

@TeriMcGill Thanks for your support! Complete your donation now: gdw.io/541a95

RT @KentState: Photo of the Week: Dogs from @4PawsForAbility are fostered by students and trained to assist children and veterans. https://…

RT @1CourtneyGannon: Attention #partypeople: we're raising $$$ for @4PawsForAbility. Tune into cove.fm

Just 6 hours left in the #NCAMChallenge! Check them out and don't forget, your likes and shares add to buzz! indi.com/974bq

Uh, excuse me also cute puppy. This was supposed to be my photoshoot! #NCAMChallenge instagram.com/p/BZkIc3sBx_H/