I moved to Denver three years ago (that’s twenty-one in dog years). Like many of our city’s recent residents, I moved to the Mile High City for my job and stayed for love.
I spent my puppy years at the now-closed Kit Carson Correctional Facility. Together, my handler and I learned about our purpose in life and with my handler’s help, I learned how to be a good boy. After basic training, I began professional training at the Canine Companions‘ regional training center in California. There, I mastered forty commands in my journey to becoming a service dog.
In November of 2015, I met Chris and began my life in Denver. Together, we have walked and rolled all over this city. We have gotten legislation passed at the Capitol to increase transportation access, and we have played in our city’s beautiful parks.
In 2018, Chris and I started the journey together to get elected to the Denver City Council. If we are elected, I will be the first dog to serve Denver on Council.
I am excited to see Denver evolve into an even greater city for all of our residents, where anyone can walk or roll with their wagging companion on well-maintained sidewalks and play fetch in our many green spaces.
I am ready to serve Denver’s residents: dedicated, loyal, your best friend.