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Chad Hasty Show Talks Diabetes Dog Helpers [AUDIO]

On the Saturday edition of The Chad Hasty Show, Chad Hasty and Chris Marsh discussed a television station’s story on a boy wanting to get a diabetic dog.

KCBD-TV in Lubbock ran a story on Wednesday about 5-year old Jace Davila and his family wanting to get the dog.

A few callers weighed in with their opinions about the good the dog will do for the boy while Chad and the gang on the show thought it was rather ridiculous for KCBD to air a story about the family wanting to raise money for the diabetes dog.

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A few callers weighed in with their opinions about all of the good the dog will do for the boy while Chad and the gang on the show thought it was rather ridiculous for KCBD to air a story about the family wanting to raise money for the diabetes dog.

KCBD News Reporter and Anchor Christy Hartin called in to the show give the reasons why they ran with the story. Hartin was a good sport during the call and might even make an appearance on the Saturday show in the near future.

If you want to help Jace get his dog, you can visit Chick-Fil-A on April 4th from 2 to 9 p.m. and mention Jace Davila when ordering. A portion of the restaurants proceeds during that time will go to help Jace.

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