Southfield (CW50) – On this week’s STREET BEAT, April Moss learns about the importance of Service Animals and why they are truly man’s best friend. First, she talks with Paws with a Cause Community Outreach Manager, Deb Davis, about how their dogs serve in the community and their upcoming fundraiser to help with future Paws For a Cause programs. She brought along Zelda, a future assistance dog.

Deb Davis, Community Outreach Manager for Paws with a Cause, and Future Assistance Dog Zelda, with Street Beat Host April Moss (Credit: Olivia Bennett/CW50)

Then, she sits with Southfield Officer Michael Raby and K9 Officer Ruger to learn how this duo is dedicated to keeping our streets safe.

Southfield Police Officer Michael Raby, and K9 Officer Ruger, with Street Beat Host April Moss (Credit: Olivia Bennett/CW50)

Next, she talks with Leader Dogs For the Blind’s Director of National Personal Giving, Lora Cabarios, and a member of their puppy development department, Deb Donnelly, as they explain their programs worldwide reach. They brought in Keane and Davey.

Lora Cabarios, Director of National Personal Giving for Leader Dogs for the Blind, with Puppy Keane, and Deb Donnelly, Member of the Puppy Development Department for Leaders Dogs for the Blind, with Davey, with Street Beat Host April Moss (Credit: Olivia Bennett/CW50)

Lastly, President and Co-Founder, Diana Rascano of 4 Paws 1 Heart tells us how they assist animals who need extra help to become adoption ready for their fur-ever home.

Diana Rascano, President and Co-Founder of 4 Paws 1 Heart, with Street Beat Host April Moss (Credit: Olivia Bennett/CW50)

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Watch STREET BEAT Saturday at 11:30am on CW50

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