4 Paws for Ability: Our Future Is Now
Dayton-area (Xenia) World Leader in Raising, Training, Providing Service Dogs Breaks Ground Thursday for $2.7M World-Class Facility
4 Paws taps HiFive Development Services of Mason for new State-of-the-Art HQ.
More than 750 dogs placed worldwide: Australia, Germany, Japan, Switzerland, etc.
The Community: mostly youngsters, children under 10, who seek GREAT service dogs.
Thursday Press Conference and Media Luncheon at 12:30 p.m. (8.14.14) in Xenia.
[DAYTON, Ohio (Xenia) ~ August 11, 2014] Come join us! We’re barking up a brand-new day (couldn’t resist a canine pun!) at 4 Paws for Ability (www.4pawsforability.org) with the local, regional and international community we now call family.
This Thursday, 4 Paws for Ability breaks ground for our new $2.7 million, 13,000-square-foot headquarters facility in Xenia, designed and (soon-to-be-built) by HiFive Development Services Inc. of Mason, Ohio (www.hifive1.com).
HiFive Development Services, founded in 2002 and increasingly active in the Dayton market, is a world-class team of designers, builders, developers and planners owned and run by co-founders Mark Davis and Brian Zilch.
HiFive designed the new 4 Paws for Ability facility, which will more than doubling the space of its adjoining old digs, with a mix of professional space for the humans and everything a growing, developing, dedicated service dog needs.
Elements include expanded facilities for kennels, playing, training, feeding, whelping, surgery, laundry, equipment storage, quarantine rooms, exam rooms and veterinary services, offices and conference room facilities.
Who: 4Paws for Ability Founder Karen Shirk, Friends, Kids & Dogs
What: Groundbreaking and Media Luncheon at 4 Paws for Ability
Where: 4Paws for Ability, 207 Dayton Avenue, Xenia OH 45385
When: 12:30 p.m. this Thursday, August 14, 2014
Why: 4Paws for Ability, a world leader in placing service dogs, celebrates with local business, community, government leaders, partners and friends.
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