Puppy Power is a unique 4-H group whose members either raise and train assistance puppies, or have an assistant dog as a 4-H project. The club brings together youth of all ages and abilities with their assistance dogs or assistance puppies in training to work together, grow, learn, and achieve skills in all aspects of their lives where they truly make a difference to those around them.
"I remember when I had a misbehaving dog and it was very tough on me and puppy power helped me get through it."
- Dana Sterritt, Member
"Puppy Power and 4-H has led us to positive experiences that my kids and I would have not even thought of."
- Ellie Osburn, Parent
"Where can you see 20 puppies under 18 months old all being raised by children sitting in a row on command? At Puppy Power 4H Service Dog Project class!"
- Barb Lock, Parent
Raise a puppy for 18 months and give the gift of joy! 4-H youth learn life skills and the value of service while having fun!
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Jordan was born with a rare chromosome abnormality that has left her unable to talk, walk and eat. She is able to communicate through head movements and through her iPad. She is blessed to have an amazing service dog, Baker, that is part of every thing she does in the book and in life. This book is their first adventure mystery. But, knowing Jordan and Rachelle, the first of many!
Proceeds from the sale of Mystery At The Horse Show will be donated to the Jordan Fund, a nonprofit organization that provides support to the families of children with special needs.Learn more at Giddy Up Girls Books
17231 11 Ave NE
Shoreline, WA 98155-5111
Marty Sullivan, Interim Club Leader
Terri Smith, Project Leader
Leslie Anderson, Outgoing Club Leader
Brent Anderson, Outgoing Assistant Club Leader