Diaries Magazine

A Dog on a Mission

By Kristy @mileydailyscoop
Back in August when mom attended Rescue the Runway she was introduced to an amazing dog.
Now, this isn't your ordinary, average dog.
He is soft, cuddly and has a very important job.
Like Lilly, he is another local hero.
His name is Trouble and he is anything but that!
Meet Trouble the Dog... A Dog on a Mission Trouble is a plush dog who inspires and helps children beat adversity and is on a mission to help children who are going through troubling times.
Directly from the website:
About Trouble The Dog® "Applauded as a socially conscious toy; a therapy dog and a comfort toy, Trouble The Dog® has a mission to help kids going through troubling times, big or small. Co-created by Sheila Duncan and her niece, Trouble helps kids cope, hope, believe and dream. His iconic expressive face attracts children and makes them smile. Kids love to whisper their concerns into Trouble's ear. He has soothed children around the world and can be found in Europe, Africa, China, Haiti and throughout the United States. Trouble is one of the few plush toys that is 100% handcrafted in the USA. The company sells plush dogs, books and accessories, and donates Trouble dogs to children's hospitals, the Children's Miracle Network and to families after crises and natural disasters."
Mom was lucky enough to scoop up a Trouble The Dog bracelet they were selling at the show...

A Dog on a Mission
A Dog on a Mission Life has so many challenges these days for both adults and children. I love the message that Trouble is spreading around the world, no matter how big or small your troubles are, there is always hope!
I am so thankful for my furry pals who I can count on to lift my spirits when I'm down in the dumps... A Dog on a Mission You can learn more about Trouble the Dog and his mission via the website, Twitter and Facebook.
In honor of Trouble the Dog, we are joining the Thankful Thursday blog hop hosted by Pepi Smart Dog. A Dog on a Mission

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