DHH was there to support the Southern Indiana Animal Rescue’s Koko Project, a dog rescue group.
Our purpose was twofold. First, DHH wanted get out and meet the public. Secondly, DHH wanted to establish a relationship with Southern Indiana Rescue since they foster and rehabilitate dogs to get them ready for adoption. DHH feels we may be able to help each other in the future as some rescue dogs have the proper traits to become service dogs.
The Fido walk, one of Southern Indiana Rescue’s fund raisers had Ozzie there, a rescue who had benefited from the walk last year. Ozzie had severe mange to the point where he was left hairless with sores over most of his body. Today, he is fully recovered and ready for adoption.
It was a very rainy morning but they still had several dogs and their owners braved the weather to show their support.