HVAC Company Saves The Day Cooling Off Service Dogs In Training

HVAC company Estes Services steps in to help service dogs who were living in a barn that was getting too hot.

It’s not easy work growing up to be service dogs who enhance the lives of special people.

The pups being raised at Canine Assistants in Atlanta know that.

So do the humans who are training them to do their important work.

The folks at CA became concerned recently when one of their buildings wasn’t staying cool enough.

The Puppy Barn, in particular, had been warmer than normal this summer.

HVAC company Estes Services steps in to help service dogs who were living in a barn that was getting too hot.

Puppies being raised to become service dogs at Canine Assistants peek out from the Puppy Barn. Courtesy Canine Assistants

Canine Assistants team members were doing what they could to keep the pups cool by laying out cooling pads to ensure the dogs were not overheating.

That wasn’t going to do.

That’s where the folks at Estes Services stepped in.

This is a company that loves dogs as much as they do a perfectly temperate room.

The company mascot is even a dog.

Tommy Estes is the owner of Estes Services. Bo is the company mascot.

Tommy Estes is the owner of Estes Services. Bo is the company mascot. Courtesy of Estes Services

“We have a special place in our hearts for dogs, especially those designated as service dogs,” explained Tommy Estes, owner of Estes Services. “We knew this was something we had to do, to make sure all those dogs were not overheating.”

Estes sent a diagnostic technician out who identified and repaired the issue on the spot.

The cost to Canine Assistants?

This one is one the house.

Though, there are unconfirmed reports the technician might’ve received unlimited puppy kisses and a few snuggles before leaving the now cooled off building.

Who wouldn't want to help these adorable pups who are on their way to changing lives?

Who wouldn’t want to help these adorable pups who are on their way to changing lives? Courtesy Canine Assistants

Turns out this company is not the only ones helping these incredible dogs.

You can, as well.

Click here to find out how to sponsor a puppy, find volunteer opportunities or identify items on the wish list to keep operations going.

If you love dogs, you might enjoy my book,

“Hope Possible: A Network News Anchor’s Thoughts On Losing Her Job, Finding Love, A New Career, And My Dog, Always My Dog.”

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HVAC Company Saves The Day Cooling Off Service Dogs In Training

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