LEWISTONBudget Document Technology, a provider of office technology, donated a new state-of-the-art Konica Minolta C3320i high-resolution multifunction color printer worth $2,294, to Mission Working Dogs.

The Oxford-based nonprofit trains service dogs, therapy dogs, and facility dogs for veterans and other individuals with disabilities. It was founded by certified dog trainer Christy Gardner, a severely wounded veteran who credits a service dog, Moxie, with saving her life.

Gardner started Mission Working Dogs in 2020 with four dogs, and has 58 in the program, which has so far graduated 17 into service.

The new printer, presented Aug. 11, will reduce printing costs for the nonprofit in comparison to its old inkjet printer, and the improved quality and increased functionality will allow them to print dog photos and other marketing materials in-house.


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