Dogs for the Deaf gets donation

Lithia Honda of Medford and Inn & Out Gardens Chief Executive Officer Charity Townsend each have donated $500 to Dogs for the Deaf as part of Lithia's "Love Bucket" monthly donation.

Dogs for the Deaf General Manager Vaughn Maurice said the funds will help the agency select, care for and train dogs to assist disabled people. He noted that initial vaccinations, veterinarian evaluations and tests, plus spaying/neutering, can cost anywhere from $100 to $1,000 per animal.

This is the Lithia Honda's third year of supporting Dogs for the Deaf. Past recipients of the "Love Bucket" donation include Children's Advocacy Center, Food & Friends, CASA, the American Sewing Guild and Maslow Project.

Dogs for the Deaf is a non-profit organization that rescues dogs from shelters and trains and places them with qualified clients with different disabilities and needs throughout the United States. Based near Central Point, it is the first hearing dog training center in the world. For information, see or call 1-800-990-3647.

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