Julie Stevenson

“Zoe has fit in great in all aspects of my life. It’s funny how she’s kind of slid in and made a niche for herself in the hearts and lives of my friends and family. She loves going to church and loves it when we volunteer there on Thursdays. As soon as we enter the parking lot, she wags her tail and gets all excited.
She seems to anticipate my needs. If someone or something is coming toward us, she’ll turn her face toward me and put her nose in the palm of my hand that is holding the leash.
It’s so wonderful because I don’t see that stuff and she gives me a 'heads up' that is so great. Everyone seems to love her and she everyone. We’ve made a few dog friends too and she loves to play with them. She’s even gone on a couple of play dates.” Julie Stevenson and Leader Dog Zoey

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