I’m thrilled to share that Ava, our nine-month-old female German Shepherd, has been sold. We offered her up for Quick Sale on June 6th and she was sold on June 12th. Ava is going to be a little boy’s service dog. It’s been almost a week now, and Ava’s settling in beautifully.
“Walter has Angelman syndrome, epilepsy and autism. His epilepsy makes us frequent flyers of the ER and Children’s Hospital and the reason we were looking for Ava. His autism can make him overwhelmed and upset, and Ava does a good job at calming him down. His Angelman syndrome causes him to be non verbal and unable to walk, making him defenseless, and having Ava gives him a best friend to have his back.” – Walter’s mom, Mikayla
Ava has the perfect drives and temperament for service dog work and will be attending a six week board and train in July for service dog task training and public access work at our sister company, Valor K9 Academy, in Boise, Idaho. Ava has such an important job as a little boy’s lifeline. She and Walter hit it off instantly, and their bond grows stronger each day. This was meant to be! We are so happy for Ava and her new family.
If you are looking for a started service dog, Ava’s sister Tess is for sale. Like Ava, she has the perfect drives and temperament for service work. We are willing to negotiate her price for someone in need of a service dog.