Culligan of Fort Myers donates to Service/Guide Dog Program

The Culligan dealership of Fort Myers recently donated to a program called Southeastern Guide Dogs that helps train service and guide dogs. This program mainly trains dogs to help people with vision loss or veterans who struggle with PTSD. 

Southeastern Guide Dog’s goal is to “provide freedom, confidence, courage, and hope for people who cannot see and veterans who have seen too much.”

General Manager Tony Mast stated, “It is not just a program to donate money to, it is providing a veteran or a person with a disability a friend for 10-15 years.” Mast is especially committed to helping the Fort Myers community because of the retired veteran population living in the Southwest Florida region.  

Southeastern Guide Dogs even decided to name a puppy, “Culligan”, after the business. Dale Mast, Owner of Culligan Ft. Myers and Tony Mast are passionate about their involvement with Southeastern Guide Dogs and continue to donate to this outstanding program that can make a significant difference in someone’s life.