DOG Name: DAYTON
Team since: 2015
Eva lives in Silver Spring, Maryland. She lives with a very unusual condition, stemming from cancer in her abdomen and spine when she was eight years old. Surgeons were able to remove the tumor from her abdomen, but not her spine. Eva suffers from migraines and cyclic vomiting. In April of 2014 Eva started fainting multiple times a day with seizures and has been diagnosed with Postural Orthostatic Tachycardia Syndrome. Doctors think this may be related to the tumor. She currently has four or five fainting/seizure spells each month and chronic daily headaches.
DAYTON helps Eva with seizure response which has allowed Eva more independence. Eva and DAYTON currently attend Towson University together.
PIF 1 measures funds and "non-cash" credit from Direct Client's or Handler's direct efforts up to the $10,000 PIF 1 Goal.
PIF 2 measures funds and "non-cash" credit from a Direct Client or Handler, which does not result from a Direct Client's or Direct Handler's direct efforts. Once a Direct Client or Handler reaches the $10,000 PIF 1 Goal, then ALL funds and "non-cash" credit are applied PIF 2.