Announcing the Training For My Service Dog Campaign
Cerebral Palsy won't stop me from ruling the world! At least not if Mustang can help it - with your help too, of course!
Miramar FL – December 5, 2016 – Yelina Solis is seeking training for her services dog Mustang who is a beautiful Rottweiler that is kind and sweet enough to penetrate anyone's heart.
He has the ability to help Yelina in my everyday life, indoors as well as outdoors, but before he can, he must have the proper training. Yelina started a fundraiser to ensure that she can go about living my life in the most comfortable way possible while having not just a companion but a best friend that will care for her and guide her through the toughest little bits of reality. It will take approximately $30,000: 24,000 goes to the trainer coming to get the dog, the actual training, etc. and the remaining 6,000 is for Mustang's food, his proper grooming and, of course, regular trips to the vet. Don't let this number scare you, anything helps really! This is more than just training for a dog. This is a contribution to Yelina’s safety, to her independence, to her hope for a peaceful and happy life that is as comfortable as possible.
If you cannot give at this time, no worries, Yelina will completely understand. Please, do not feel bad about what you cannot do but instead, know that you can help her more than you think. Simply share this fundraiser on Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr, etc. and help her raise awareness for her cause. Let it be known that she is a strong and so is Mustang and together, with your help and any other kind soul's, Mustang and Yelana can conquer the world. And if not the world, we can start with a peaceful trip to the grocery store. Thank you!
Training for My Service Dog Fundraiser: https://www.gofundme.com/bl7c0o
About Yelina Solis
Yelina Solis has Cerebral Palsy. For those of you that don't know the depths of what Cerebral Palsy is, it is a congenital disorder of movement, muscle tone, or posture. In short, it makes day to day tasks a bit more complicated for me and traveling independently unsafe at times. It is all around incurable. But it can be helped.
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