Marshall the Miracle Dog
On Thursday, September 13th, Northview had the honor of meeting Marshall, the Miracle Dog and his owner Cyndi Willenbrock. Marshall was rescued from a terrible animal hoarding situation and was badly injured with a severely broken leg and a large wound on his face. After an intense operation which removed his front leg, Marshal recovered, went through rehabilitation, and was adopted by Cyndi. The Marshall Movement serves to carry a universal message of acceptance, tolerance, and kindness. Marshall wants to help others now. He travels to various schools, nursing homes, and other places to share his story and give hope and courage in overcoming abuse and neglect. The Marshall Movement serves to carry a universal message of acceptance, tolerance, and kindness. His goal is to help children recognize, prevent, and speak up when experiencing or witnessing tough social issues such as bullying, peer pressure, abuse, or animal cruelty. Our students had a wonderful time meeting Marshall and Cyndi and listening to his story. If you are interested in Marshall’s story, check out his website. He has a book for purchase there also! Thanks Marshall!