What is a Service Dog?

 
Service dogs are dogs that are individually trained to do work or perform tasks for people with disabilities. 
- American Disability Act, 2011
Service dogs are eyes for the blind, ears for the deaf, arms and legs for people with disabilities and warning bells for people with conditions which could put them in life threatening situations. They provide 24-hour help in daily living activities, thus reducing the need of human carers and increasing the level of independence of the person with a disability. They also provide therapy, companionship and a means to socially interact with others.
 

Mission Statement

Our mission is to ensure that no person who could potentially benefit from a service dog is left without one.

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 Help make a difference to someone’s life!

Your donation supports our service dogs through two years of intensive training before they can be placed at NO COST with the families who need them.

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