I picked Minnie up from a local rescue when she was 7 weeks old. I walked in to see her sitting patiently, and I immediately knew she was the pup for me. That was a little over a year ago. Minnie makes living with generalized dystonia a little easier for me. She applies deep pressure on my legs when they are in excessive pain, alerts to when I am about to have a dystonic episode, and keeps me safe during them. She does a lot of tasks to help me, but we need your help in order for the DMRF to work to find a cure so that many people affected by this disorder have the chance to live a life with fewer obstacles in it. Please consider donating to the Dogs4Dystonia Virtual Dog Walk to help make this happen."
Accelerating Research & Inspiring Hope
The Dystonia Medical Research Foundation (DMRF) has served the dystonia community since 1976. Join us in our global effort to find a cure.