Ranger is the dog that got my then 11 year old son through a year of nightmarish chemotherapy.
Ranger is a 4 year old Goldendoodle that came to us as a reject from another home. He was thrown out for being a busy puppy. We took him in despite the fact that we already had 2 big dogs and needed another dog like we needed a hole in the head.
He was meant to be here.
My son Jake was diagnosed with Non-Hodgkins Lymphoblastic Lymphoma one year later and Ranger was his guardian. His chemotherapy was nothing short of hell and his dog sat with him, laid with him, kissed him, and listened to him the whole time. NHL has about a 70% survival rate and Jake and Ranger beat it.
Ranger is a special dog with a special place in all our hearts.

— Angie from Greenwood, IN