Tuscaloosa K9 Camp Giving Away 26 Service Dogs
TUSCALOOSA, Ala. – The school shooting in December that claimed 26 lives in Newtown, Connecticut is inspiring a campaign for 26 acts of kindness.
Heather Litz, owner of Tuscaloosa K9 Camp, is giving away 26 trained service dogs.
Litz experienced her own tragedy after tornadoes tore through her business in 2011. Now that her business is running smoothly, she says she feels compelled to give back.
Litz says 25 of the dogs are trained to be personal dogs and one is trained to work with a police department.
For more information on the dogs and to contact Heather Litz, visit TuscaloosaK9Camp.com.
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