Denise Constanten, owner of Brigadoon Assistance Dogs, trains Collin, a smooth coat collie, on how to use a garbage can at the Cost Cutter on East Sunset Drive in 2006. Bellingham’s Brigadoon Service Dogs provide service dogs to promote a more independent and enriched life for veterans, children and adults who need assistance.
Denise Constanten, owner of Brigadoon Assistance Dogs, trains Collin, a smooth coat collie, on how to use a garbage can at the Cost Cutter on East Sunset Drive in 2006. Bellingham’s Brigadoon Service Dogs provide service dogs to promote a more independent and enriched life for veterans, children and adults who need assistance. Staff The Bellingham Herald file
Denise Constanten, owner of Brigadoon Assistance Dogs, trains Collin, a smooth coat collie, on how to use a garbage can at the Cost Cutter on East Sunset Drive in 2006. Bellingham’s Brigadoon Service Dogs provide service dogs to promote a more independent and enriched life for veterans, children and adults who need assistance. Staff The Bellingham Herald file

This Bellingham business is ‘offering a helping paw’ to veterans, kids and adults

May 04, 2018 06:10 AM