Cassie is our Facility Dog.
Facility Dogs are trained for intervention tasks and to work with multiple people. They are chosen for this particular training when their personalities are confident enough to work off-leasch without direction. They must be able to act independently of their handler when they seek out the children/people who need them. Facility Dogs are awarded to schools, youth facilities, Juvenile Probation Officers and Judges as courtroom and interview dogs, and State Agencies where stress is prevalent daily such as Police Department, Fire Departments, and departments managing crime or human trauma.