Cancer therapy dog supports PGA golfers on the Old White TPC

people roamed the grounds for the first round of a Military Tribute at The Greenbrier. But there you can also find a four- legged spectator… who may be small but is making a huge difference. 59 News Reporter Regina Gonzalez introduces us to Slater and explains why how he works closely with these professional golfers. As PGA players like Bryson DeChambeau and Kevin Na tee up at A Military Tribute at The Greenbrier, a chihuahua- sporting goggles- is watching from behind the ropes. SOT- Bryson DeChambeu “Slater’s a cool dog, I love seeing him around here I love seeing him out here he just walks around and toddles around and makes me feel better when the day is down a little bit.” Slater is on the course- taking a break from his day job. For the past 2 years, he’s traveled alongside professional golfers – visiting cancer patients, young and old, in hospitals across the country. SOT-PETER FLACH, SLATERS OWNER “When they found out what slater did they were kinda into it so, to their credit they understood they’re very lucky in their lives in the position they’re in playing in the PGA tour” So when they’re not the the course, They’re touring hospitals- with hopes to bring smiles to patient’s faces. SOT- BRYSON DECHAMBAU “Anything we can do for cancer survivors or people going through cancer or diseases or tough times.” Helping to make those tough times- easier to fight through. SOT-PETER FLACH, SLATERS OWNER “To be able to give back to kids and make people smile, I feel like its good for them to give back and well he’s a pretty good vehicle.” Reporting in White Sulphur Springs, I’m Regina Gonzalez. David Honoring veterans and first responders is one of the main goals at A military tribute

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