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By on December 24, 2018 in Uncategorized with 0 Comments

Jessica Johnson and Hank.

Jessica Johnson, executive director of SAGE Advocacy Center in Wenatchee, graduated with Hank, a Labrador Retriever, from Assistance Dogs Northwest training program in December.

Hank will provide comfort and courage to children who are victims or witnesses of crime throughout the legal process. Hank and Jessica will work together in the child advocacy center at SAGE.

Assistance Dogs Northwest is a charitable organization serving children and adults with physical disabilities and other special needs in the Pacific Northwest.

Dogs undergo up to two years of training and passing rigorous health and temperament screenings prior to graduation.








Kayla Stewart and Ryker Stewart, 3, with Remi

Kayla Stewart and Ryker Stewart, 3, of Wenatchee were out walking their dog Remi. Remi is a black lab and is six years old.

Kayla said they got Remi when she was a puppy and she loves Remi’s energy.

“She is a real bird dog. She catches ducks, loves her ball and walking the trail,” said Kayla.

Kayla was walking with her friend, Susie Rose, of Wenatchee, who was with her dog Tilly, a seven-year-old Bouvier des Flandres.

Susie got Tilly as a puppy from a breeder in Ohio. “She sat with me the whole time on the airplane in my lap.”

“I love everything about her. She is really a sweet dog, great companion and never leaves my side,” said Susie.

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