This summer Hallman Asphalt & Sealing was able to help out the family dogs and his friends over at Custom Canine Service Dog Academy, a local non-profit organization of volunteers that specialize in service dog training for people with disabilities and impairments. Over the last 10-15 years the Hallman family has been able to adopt career change dogs from CCSDA as their family dogs. A career change dog is a dog that did not make it through formal training or was released from the program for behavioral, physical, or emotional issues. Though it doesn’t happen often, when it does those dogs need new homes to go to and the Hallmans have been blessed with the opportunity to give them a good home outside of the program.
So when we noticed CCSDA got a new facility to train future service dogs in and needed donations from contractors to finish some interior work we wanted to help. Now were not experts in general indoor contracting but we knew we could help outside with some curb appeal. By sealcoating, crack filling, and line striping their parking lot we were able to give the dogs, trainers, and clients a nice place to walk into their new facility. We hope that our small contribution will help CCSDA to keep the facility in top shape so than can keep providing future service dogs to any and all of those in need. And on top of it all even our family dog, Echo, got to meet his big brother Romeo again who is still going through the program.
Nicole Meadowcraft, President of CCSDA
For more information about CCSDA and all that they do check them out here: