A Service Dog for Haylee

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A Service Dog for Haylee

Haylee is only 21 years old, yet her Anxiety Disorder, Panic Disorder and Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) make it very hard to go anywhere in public. Trips to the grocery store, the movies, the gas station, the mall, and doctors’ offices are impossible for Haylee without having immobilizing, terrifying panic attacks.

As a result, it is hard for Haylee to work and finish college, two things she desperately wants to do. Hayley is attending college part time at the moment and often has to leave 3-4 times in a single class in order to manage her symptoms.

Haylee’s panic attacks cause overwhelming dizziness, numbness in her extremities and an inability to breath, and, at times, even require hospitalization. Haylee also has Asthma, which is especially dangerous, as most of her panic attacks cause her to have asthma attacks.

It is hard for Haylee to go places in public with family, and extremely hard to go alone. Haylee has been riding horses since a very young age and spends a lot of time at the barn. Spending time riding, playing, and caring for horses is when she is happiest, but her symptoms have become so extreme it is difficult for her to do even that anymore.

A service dog would help Haylee regain independence and begin to thrive by alerting her to escalating symptoms before a full blown panic attack and by providing deep pressure therapy during panic attacks so that she can recover more quickly.

Haylee needs your help. Donate now so that a service dog can show Haylee life’s joy and possibility and free her from the terror that currently plagues her.

1130.00 USD
anonymous 500.00 USD
Mom 100.00 USD
Juju beans 100.00 USD
Elaine DeLorme 50.00 USD
Brenda Putney 50.00 USD
50.00 USD
Luna 40.00 USD
Your Twin 25.00 USD
Jon and Heather 25.00 USD
25.00 USD
18.00 USD
Laurie Banas 15.00 USD
10.00 USD
Kelli Doel 10.00 USD
Jessica Lumbis 10.00 USD
Total amount 2158.00 USD
Target to reach 10000.00 USD

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