Campbell River Bosley’s manager, Kat Zettler, and assistant manager Emily Fisher, presented a cheque for $6,031 to Brian Archer, director of Citadel Canine Society, as a result of their fundraising efforts. Citadel Canine Society trains and provides dogs to First Responders and New Military Vets that are dealing with issues of PTSD/OSI. Also pictured are the local team of Gord Hay and his BC Certified Service Dog, Boomer. Photo contributed

Campbell River Bosley’s manager, Kat Zettler, and assistant manager Emily Fisher, presented a cheque for $6,031 to Brian Archer, director of Citadel Canine Society, as a result of their fundraising efforts. Citadel Canine Society trains and provides dogs to First Responders and New Military Vets that are dealing with issues of PTSD/OSI. Also pictured are the local team of Gord Hay and his BC Certified Service Dog, Boomer. Photo contributed

Donation boosts service dog training

Campbell River Bosley’s manager, Kat Zettler, and assistant manager Emily Fisher, presented a cheque for $6,031 to Brian Archer, director of Citadel Canine Society, as a result of their fundraising efforts. Citadel Canine Society trains and provides dogs to First Responders and New Military Vets that are dealing with issues of PTSD/OSI. Also pictured are the local team of Gord Hay and his BC Certified Service Dog, Boomer.