Assistance Dogs of Hawaii Newsletter
Volume 17 Issue 3
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Congratulations to Kapiolani Medical Center and Hospital Facility Dog Winnie!
We are thrilled to announce Winnie as Kapiolani Medical Center's newest staff member! Dr. Wendi Hirsch and Chief Canine Officer Winnie, graduated from our program this month and were welcomed by hospital staff and patients as their new facility dog. "We're very grateful to Assistance Dogs of Hawaii for gifting us with Winnie. She will play an important role in the care provided to our pediatric patients, and we know she will do a wonderful job in carrying on the legacy of our first hospital facility dog, Tucker," said Kapiolani Medical Center CEO, Martha Smith.
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Join Our Team For The
Maui Charity Walk!
Support our 2017 Maui Charity Walk Team and
help make a difference in someone's life!
There are a number of ways to get involved in the Charity Walk, and all will help us provide more Assistance Dogs and lifetime follow up support, free of charge: REGISTER to walk with us on May 13th at the War Memorial Soccer Field, DONATE to our team and have your donation matched up to 100%, or JOIN our team and help us fundraise to reach our goals! Now is a great time to support Assistance Dogs of Hawaii and leave a lasting impact on the community. Please contact our office if you have any questions or would like more information about the Charity Walk. Mahalo for your support! 
Mahalo to Wailea Realty
and the Windermere Foundation 
Thank you to Wailea Realty and the Windermere Foundation for donating $1,000 to Assistance Dogs of Hawaii for every property under contract in the month of March. Their incredible support will allow us to continue placing more Assistance Dogs with children and adults with disabilities, free of charge. Read more about their generous donation and commitment to community support here
Courthouse Facility Dog Faith
Courthouse Facility Dog Fatih was recently featured in the Office the County Clerk and County Council Newsletter: Spring Edition 2017. Faith graduated from our program in 2014, and has been working full-time with staff and clients at the Hawai'i County Prosecutor's Office ever since. Read the full feature here.
Clover is a calm and confident puppy in the Kindergarten Puppy Class. She is a great student and learns 4-5 new commands each week. To say that she enjoys playing on the beach would be an understatement! She loves digging in the sand, swimming in the ocean, and practicing new skills with her Puppy Raiser each day. She also loves interacting with children at the Montessori School. Keep up the good work, Clover!
“There are some people in life that make you laugh a little louder, smile a little bigger and live a little bit better."
Assistance Dogs of Hawaii is a 501(c)(3) charitable organization (EIN: 99-0353694) that provides children and adults with disabilities professionally trained dogs that will increase their independence and enhance the quality of their lives. We are committed to serving people in Hawaii with special needs through Community Outreach Programs and developing the potential dogs have to assist people in need through our Research Programs. Assistance Dogs and lifetime follow-up support are provided free of charge.
Phone: (808) 298-0167 | Email: [email protected]