CENTRAL POINT, Ore. – Dogs for the Deaf is having its day, so says the governor of the state of Oregon.
In recognition of 35 years of service, Governor John Kitzhaber issued a proclamation making December 3rd officially Dogs For The Deaf Day. To celebrate, Dogs for the Deaf held an open house. It was an opportunity for the public to visit the facility and see the dogs in action.
The center in Central Point is the national headquarters for Dogs for the Deaf. Over the past 35 years, they have place thousands of dogs in the U.S. and Canada.