"Training To Lead" is a program at Stafford High School in which high school students are given homeless dogs from the Pratt Animal Shelter in Pratt, Kansas. The dog lives with the student for one semester. The dog is trained by the student to perform basic commands. At the end of the semester, the dog is given to a service animal organization. The dog will then go to live with someone who is disabled and help them with their disability.
Would YOU like to donate to the "Training To Lead" program? We accept donations! If you would like to do so, please email Mr. Cargill at:
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"Training To Lead" Dog History - Click HERE
"Training To Lead" Recruiting - Click HERE
"Training To Lead" Small Dog Breeds - Click HERE
"Training To Lead" Large Dog Breeds - Click HERE
Update - 4/20/14 - The "Training To Lead" Class Has Secured Four Homes For Their Service Dogs. The Four Dogs Will Be Going To Senior Citizens To Help Them With Their Day-To-Day Tasks. Congratulations On A Job Well Done!
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Molly Hadfield from KSN Channel 3 Wichita, Kansas interviews students From "Training To Lead". Click on the KSN link to see watch the article:
The "Training To Lead" Students After Their Interview With Molly Hadfield From KSN Channel 3 - Wichita