Riley

Semper K9 is proud to announce the acceptance of Riley into our Service Dogs for Veterans program. Riley is a German Shepherd named in memory of Lance Corporal Riley Kuznia. Semper K9’s Riley was generously donated by Lance Corporal Kuznia’s mother, Markelle Kuznia, and is the offspring of his beloved dog, Molly. Riley Stephen Kuznia…

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Miles

Semper K9 is excited to welcome Miles into our service dogs for veterans program. Miles is a labrador retriever who was donated to our program by Robert Sizelove. Miles is named in honor of Rear Admiral Miles H. Imlay. Miles Imlay was born on 22 November 1902, in Washington, D.C. After graduating from Central High…

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Sonny

Semper K9 is honored to announce the acceptance of Sonny into our Service Dogs for Veterans program. Sonny is a German Shepherd who was donated to us by the Morgans, a local Marine Corps family. Sonny is named in memory of William (Sonny) Reeves Mikeal, Jr, United States Army. William was known as Sonny all…

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Wiley

Semper K9 is excited to welcome Wiley into our service dogs for veterans program. Wiley is a 4-month-old yellow lab donated to our program by Graystone Retrievers. Wiley is named in memory of Tuskegee Airman, COL James T. Wiley. Semper K9’s Wiley is sponsored by TREA The Enlisted Association. James Thomas Wiley was the grandson…

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Is A Service Dog Right for Your Family?

By Christopher Baity, Founder & Executive Director, Semper K9 Assistance Dogs The first question to ask before this question is “When is a service dog finished with his/her training?” The easy answer is: Never. Training stops the day after your dog passes, that is a common and accepted theory throughout the working dog industry. The…

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Rosie

Semper K9 is proud to announce the acceptance of Rosie into our service dogs for veterans program. Rosie is a ten month old black lab donated by the Cummings family. She is named in honor of the countless women who entered the workforce to support the war effort during World War II. Rosie the Riveter…

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Honey

Semper K9 is proud to announce the acceptance of Honey into our service dogs for veterans program. Honey is a 4-month-old German Shepherd donated to us by the Miner family. He is named in memory of LCPL Terry E. Honeycutt, Jr. (T.J.) T.J. wanted to be in the military from the time he was five.…

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