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  • May272015

    Deboodt Family Donation of Butcher Lamb

    Grace Deboodt has generously offered to donate a butcher lamb to Stryder for sale. The lamb can be purchased for…

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  • Aug172014

    Softball Tournament

    It was so nice to see everyone at the softball tournament yesterday! It really means more than any of you…

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  • Jun292014

    June 28

    Yesterday was a full day and a successful day in so many ways! I wish I could say Thank you…

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  • Jun272014


    Real quick post to those that don’t do Facebook — We have over 120 items for the auction.  Items will…

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  • Jun062014

    What I know (today) in Layman Terms

    It’s been almost two weeks since we got the call that scared the daylights out of me, but also was…

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  • Feb052014

    Prineville officer joins fundraising effort for sick boy

    Saw story on KTVZ, decided to help Stryder Doescher Watch the video POSTED: 9:48 PM PST February 5, 2013 UPDATED: 10:39 PM PST February 5, 2013  PRINEVILLE, Ore. – The Prineville boy…

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  • Mar102013

    Bring out the Green

    I don’t even know where to start – Last night was amazing, words cannot express how happy, elated, God smacked, (etc…

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  • Jan052013

    Stryders Story

    Special dog can help boy with rare case of epilepsy

    I wanted to say a quick note on why we chose to go with 4 Paws for Ability instead of other choices in our search for a seizure response dog. I have searched and searched on which was the best way to get a dog for our son and it hasn’t been easy. I began my search a long while back, prior to getting the most current diagnosis of LKS and decided on 4 Paws then. There are a lot of organizations out there that have “Free” dogs or even some where you do not have to fundraise quite as much, but all of them that I found either have a long waitlist (5-15 years), do not place dogs with children and especially not ones that will go to school with the child or they do not have seizure detection. I have got some messages trying to help and then I find myself researching all over again, only to find that 4 Paws is the best avenue for us. Most trained dogs cost in the upwards of $20,000 to raise, so asking for $13,000 is a small price to help Stryder from more brain damage.

    I wanted to site an email I got just recently from our search on a dog:

    “There are several programs that I recommend you consider.  Before I list them I want to talk about money.  If you want the best tool for your son, it is important that you are not looking for a “free” dog.  Most programs will ask you to fundraise a part of the training cost. ”

    Kristin Hartness

    Executive Director, Canines for Disabled Kids



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  • Jan042013

    Fundraising has officially started!

    I wrote up a press release on Wednesday and sent it off, not expecting to hear anything for a week…

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  • May292012

    Sparrow Clubs Helping Out Prineville Boy

    Four-Year-Old Has Rare, Life-Threatening Disease Mackenzie POSTED: 5:43 AM PDT May 29, 2012 UPDATED: 6:03 AM PDT May 29, 2012  PRINEVILLE, Ore. –Dressed up in a plaid button-up, clutching a stuffed animal, Stryder…

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