Here’s what’s happening for IADW— What are you doing?
People are holding all sorts of events for International Assistance Dog Week this year. There are assistance dog graduations, demonstrations, open houses, and guided tours. Fancy a walk? You can walk on the Moors or around a State Park, do the Tail Trot or stroll at the Woofaroo.
IADW in the media
IADW founder Marcie Davis was on the KUNM Children’s Hour last Saturday, will be on Radio Disney NY this weekend and WKNU radio next week.
Please let us know about media coverage for your events or what you see and hear about Assistance Dog Week near you. Go to the IADW website contact page and send us a link and description. Or share links to media on the IADW Facebook page.
New Assistance Dog Week T-shirts
Renowned Santa Fe artist Krista Brooks of Retro Pets created this delightful assistance dog image. It has been applied to T-shirts and other products so you can show your support of IADW.
100% of the profits from sales of these items will benefit International Assistance Dog Week.
You can shop for the T-shirts and all the items at www.cafepress.com/assistancedogweek Please share this information with all your friends on your websites and Facebook. Thanks for helping to support IADW!
In Florida, proclamations for International Assistance Dog Week were presented in Vero Beach and Indian River County, and in California, Berkeley also proclaimed August 5-11 Assistance Dog Week.
Putting the International in Assistance Dog Week
Since Assistance Dog Week went international last year, we’ve seen growing interest, with events in a number of countries.
On Facebook we have likes from people in 20 different countries. While the US has the largest contingent, Ireland, Canada, the UK, Australia, Finland, Taiwan, Sweden and other countries show growing numbers of fans. From Perth to Vancouver, Tapei to Cork, Helenski to Boston, we’re so happy to see more and more people honoring assistance dogs.
Thanks so much for helping to spread the word about IADW! Please continue to tell your friends to visit www.assistancedogweek.org and like the Facebook page