A Service Dog for Danie

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A Service Dog for Danie

Danie is an 18-year-old recent high school graduate with severe anxiety, depression and crippling panic attacks that are prohibiting her from progressing to independence as a young adult.

Going to school, driving, shopping, being in large groups or anywhere there's a lot of people (or even the fear of these things) can trigger debilitating attacks. The combination of having anxiety and living in fear of having a panic attack often prevents Danie from going out or being with other people, which further deepens Danie's depression and heightens her anxiety. It is a vicious cycle that affects her physical and mental health, causing her to have severe symptoms, such as chronic indigestion, labored breathing, and troubled sleep.

A service dog would help to mitigate Danie’s symptoms which will enable her to socialize independently, give her the confidence to go to college, secure successful employment and to truly become an active member of society.

Seeking a service dog and publicly asking for support is difficult for Danie, but she knows a service dog is critical for her future success and well-being.

Please donate today and support Danie in her quest for health and independence.
Donors
The Blake Family 200.00 USD
Debra Hooper 100.00 USD
Amy Paribello 50.00 USD
Jennifer Terhune 50.00 USD
50.00 USD
Heidi 25.00 USD
Giavanti 25.00 USD
The Lanigan Family 25.00 USD
Lesia Mervin 25.00 USD
25.00 USD
Total amount 575.00 USD
Target to reach 10290.00 USD

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