The Arizona Coyotes announced today that the team will continue its partnership with National Assistance Dogs Inc. to adopt a three-year-old English Cream Golden Retriever dog named Bravery. The Coyotes will be Bravery's home for the remainder of his life as he will help NADI raise awareness about their service dog training program and how service dogs can provide physical and mental assistance to anyone in need as well as support their work in the community.
"We are very excited to adopt Bravery and continue our great relationship with NADI," said Coyotes President & CEO Xavier Gutierrez. "NADI is a tremendous organization that helps veterans in our community. We are all dog lovers at the Coyotes, and we hope that Bravery will raise awareness about NADI and the assistance they provide to veterans in need. Bravery will be a great addition to our Pack."
For more information on NADI or to become a volunteer, visit nadiassist.org/volunteer.