Robin Dickson retiring from DFD

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[Via Upper Rouge Independent]: After a 32 year tenure, President/CEO of Dogs for the Deaf, Inc. Robin Dickson, has announced her retirement effective the end of 2013. Dickson‘s father, Hollywood animal trainer, Roy Kabat founded Dogs for the Deaf in 1977 at the request of the American Humane Society. 

In 1981, then H.S. English teacher, Dickson joined the organization. The pioneer, and largest of its kind in the world, under Dickson’s leadership, it became an internationally recognized assistance dog training facility. Sams Valley based DFD rescues pups that might otherwise face animal shelters’ final needles, and trains them to become the ears of hearing-impaired persons throughout the United States, and Canada. On many occasions those precious pooches have saved their companion humans’ lives.

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Robin Dickson retiring from DFD
Upper Rogue Independent
After a 32 year tenure, President/CEO of Dogs for the Deaf, Inc. Robin Dickson, has announced her retirement effective the end of 2013. Dickson’s father, Hollywood animal trainer, Roy Kabat founded Dogs for the Deaf in 1977 at the request of the
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