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Big East Akita Rescue, 1001 Fischer Blvd. PMB 136, Toms River, NJ 08753. (609)-388-7004. All rights reserved.

Akita Save Our Seniors

B.E.A.R. is a new 501(c)3 nonprofit, hands-on, Akita rescue group covering the NY, NJ, and PA metropolitan region and New England, helping unwanted, abused, and neglected Akitas in need.


B.E.A.R. depends on your tax-deductible donations so we may continue to help these loyal, dignified Akitas find loving homes. Please, no donation is too small: consider helping an Akita in need today.

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BIG EAST AKITA RESCUE

    

Big East Akita Rescue is a member of the Akita Club of America (ACA) and an ACA-recognized rescue group.

2014 American Humane Society Hero Dog Awards

Please show your support for Spartacus, a therapy dog, by voting every day. Round 1 voting closes at noon on June 6.


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                                                                                Entry Category: Therapy Dogs. Charity Partner: The Good Dog Foundation. Location: Southbury, CT


                                                                         December 14, 2012: 26 killed at Sandy Hook Elementary School.

                                                                                 May 17, 2013: 2 trains collide in Fairfield, CT. 700 passengers involved, 72 injured.




Spartacus was the initial K-9 First Responder on scene for both of these mass casualty events. Working with crisis counselors at Sandy Hook, Spartacus lessened the fear and anguish of
the surviving children. He stayed in Newtown until the last day of school making sure his "kids" always had a furry friend to hangout with. His invaluable work there was the genesis of a groundbreaking law making crisis response canines mandated "First Responders" in CT. This law is the first of its kind in the nation.

Bridgeport Hospital utilized Spartacus for those needing comfort after the horrific train tragedy. Those not knowing what was happening sat next to him quietly stroking his fur.

Spartacus' special connection with students in a pilot anti-bullying program led the city of Milford, CT to be the first school district in the nation to institute a therapy dog program for all of their schools. One Milford school even made Spartacus their official mascot.

Spartacus visits Yale-New Haven Hospital weekly and is pictured here checking in for work. His impact on patients and staff is difficult to measure in words. One patient was non-responsive for weeks. When Spartacus arrived, a nurse took the patient’s hand and stroked Spartacus for several minutes. The patient revived, responded to commands and was eventually discharged. Spartacus connected with him when nothing else worked.


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