Meet Service Dog Moni (Rapmon)


The Freedom Scholarship Fund is proud to announce that on September 12, 2023 a $1,000 was donated to sponsor and name service dog (in training) Moni (Rapmon) named in memory of RM’s beloved dog that crossed the rainbow bridge recently. This brings our total donations in BTS member’s names to $8,000.00!

Service dog (in training) Moni will be receiving her training at the non-profit Circle Tail facility in Pleasant Plain, Ohio.  Once her training is complete she will be placed with an adult in need of his services.

We will be receiving updates from Circle Tail on her progress and we will post photos, video and updates on Moni as we receive them.

Circle Tail (a registered non-profit 501©3) was established in 1997 by Marlys Staley, a physical therapist who specialized in burn and wound care for 18 years. She was inspired to change careers after touring a training center for guide dogs in Florida, which compelled her to apply her background to a brand-new profession: training service dogs.

Circle Tail is an Assistance Dogs International (ADI) accredited organization in Cincinnati that trains and partners Service and Hearing Dogs for Mobility Assistance ● Seizure Response ● Type I Diabetes ● Hearing Loss, and Facility Dogs for Schools ● Care Facilities

Circle Tail’s mission is to empower, educate, and inspire individuals and communities through professional training and partnership of highly-skilled service oriented dogs.