Logan Bright, a new graduate from the University of Kentucky College of Education, first learned about “4 Paws for Ability” before she transferred to UK in the fall of 2009. Once she arrived, she quickly established a chapter of the program that trains and places service dogs on UK’s campus, since she saw the potential of the program.
“I wanted to be able to show college students that community service can be fun,” Bright said. “And with this program, you learn how being a part of an organization like this can benefit other people in the community so much.”
To learn more about Logan’s experiences with 4 Paws for Ability, read this story from UK Public Relations and Marketing.