A lot of dogs need homes even if it is only for a temporary period. An organization is hoping that families would foster some of their doggos.
– C.H.I.P needs families to foster their service dogs in training.
– These service dogs are given to people with mobility issues.
– The founder of the organization has her own service dog because she has…
Canines Helping Independent People (C.H.I.P) train doggos to be service animals. However, they need people to house their dogs during the training. The executive director of C.H.I.P founded the nonprofit organization in 1997 after she received her own service doggo, Chip. Mosley has multiple sclerosis, cerebral palsy, and gastroparesis. She is the one training doggos in order to help more. To date, she has already trained more than 300 service doggos. Her organization hopes to help people having problems with their mobility.
C.H.I.P covers the expenses for these dogs taken to foster homes.
If you are interested to help C.H.I.P, read the thorough scoop of Charita Goshay at – https://www.cantonrep.com/