Christine Scrivener spends some time with Smokey at the Palm Meadows Village Thursday afternoon.  Smokey has been a service dog for two and a half years, and Thursday's visit was his 1000th service visit.  Smokey became a trained therapy dog just over two years ago and inspired his owner Rich Czark to start a local chapter for other canines in public service.
Christine Scrivener spends some time with Smokey at the Palm Meadows Village Thursday afternoon. Smokey has been a service dog for two and a half years, and Thursday's visit was his 1000th service visit. Smokey became a trained therapy dog just over two years ago and inspired his owner Rich Czark to start a local chapter for other canines in public service. Jonathan Dyer, The Beaufort Gazette
Christine Scrivener spends some time with Smokey at the Palm Meadows Village Thursday afternoon. Smokey has been a service dog for two and a half years, and Thursday's visit was his 1000th service visit. Smokey became a trained therapy dog just over two years ago and inspired his owner Rich Czark to start a local chapter for other canines in public service. Jonathan Dyer, The Beaufort Gazette

Saved from neglect, Smokey now helps others as therapy dog

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