Two service doggos named Baskin and Agnes recently started their job at MUSC Shawn Jenkins Children’s Hospital. The hospital is located in Charleston, South Carolina.
– Two service dogs with the Dunkin’ Joy in Childhood Foundation’s Dogs for Joy program have started working.
– They were recently deployed to MUSC Shawn Jenkins Children’s Hospital.
– They will provide help and comfort to…
According to reports, the one-year-old golden retriever Baskin and two-year-old golden doodle Agnes were part of Dunkin’ Joy in Childhood Foundation’s Dogs for Joy program. The program trains doggos to become full-time service dogs in children’s hospitals. The end goal is to improve the lives of children affected by illnesses and hunger.
The main job of Agnes and Baskin is to help and bring comfort to the children hospitalized at the institution. They will be calming down children who undergo procedures, help children take their pills, and many more.
As of now, there are 15 full-time pediatric service doggos in the program and they are in different children’s hospitals all over the United States.
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