Service/assistance dogs are specially trained to assist people with disabilities both visible and invisible. Specialty service dogs are guide, hearing, and seizure alert dogs. Other service dogs are trained for mobility assistance, pulling wheelchairs, picking up and retrieving objects, opening doors, and turning lights on and off, among other things.
Non-profit agency placing mobility, hearing, seizure, autism, and emotional assistance dogs with children and adults with disabilities. Includes a calendar of events, FAQ, and information about raising and donating puppies.
From Arizona to Wisconsin, and internationally: a directory of organizations involved with guide dogs, hearing dogs, support dogs, search and rescue dogs.
A licenced charitable organisation in Australia that obtains, trains and maintains service dogs helping people with disabilities to achieve a greater level of independence.
Set up to promote standards of excellence in the training and supply of service, hearing and guide dogs. Explains the training procedures used with video downloads and FAQ.
Non-profit organization training and providing dogs to undertake a range of tasks, including opening doors and retrieving dropped objects. Includes donation details.
Explains the training program, puppy raising and how to apply for a dog. Details of the areas covered and how to donate.
Non-profit organization that trains service dogs and offers a range of related information, articles and advice.
Raises, trains and places service dogs with mobility limited Colorado residents and educates the public about the role assistance dogs play in the lives of people with disabilities.
A California based non-profit organization that provides specially trained dogs to people with disabilities other than blindness. Includes clients stories, images and press details.
A national nonprofit organization based in Princeton, MA. that trains a variety of dogs to help children who are deaf or physically disabled.
Working to treat war veterans by the use of highly trained therapy dogs. Site provides details of the dogs, how to adopt or get involved.
Organization providing assistance dogs to people with disabilities and facility dogs to retirement centers. Information on the types, photographs of strays up for adoption, success stories, and location at Pleasant Plain, Ohio.
Webring for working and service dogs.
Raises, trains, and places dogs with disabled individuals. Also works with emotional service dogs for facilities such as hospitals and nursing homes and for individual homes. Application, donation information, and a calendar of events.
Provides trained German Shepherd guide dogs to the blind and visually impaired. View puppy raising details with images and facts about the dogs. Based in Bakersfield, CA.
Provides trained service, hearing, and therapy dogs to the Baltimore, Washington, community. Donation form, photos, and a donation wish list.
Rescues dogs from shelters and trains them to assist people with physical disabilities; places trained service dogs with disabled individuals. Located in Colorado.
A non-profit, cross-disability organization representing people partnered with guide, hearing, and service dogs.
Caesar is a trained assistance dog (Golden Retriever)from Dogs for the Disabled in UK. Detailing his life with his wheelchair using companion.
Non-profit organization dedicated to the training and placement of assistance dogs to individuals with disabilities. Has working teams and puppy raisers in several states. Includes information on programs and assistance dog etiquette. Washington, Kansas.
An organization that provides service and hearing dogs nationally.
Non-profit Florida-based organization that partners trained dogs with disabled handlers.
PADS is a non-profit organization that trains assistance dogs for people with disabilities other than blindness, e.g. mobility impaired, agility impaired, and hearing impaired.
Offers an overview of a guide dog supply organization founded 1950 with details of a four week owner training course prior to receiving a dog. Application forms, FAQ and details of the animals. Columbus, Ohio.
Dedicated to empowering people with disabilities for greater independence through the use of skilled service dogs, home helpmates, social dogs, and therapy dogs.
Explains what a service dog is and the work involved, how to qualify for a dog and how to apply to certification within the US.
Details of how to sponsor an individual service dog team with information, sponsorship forms and details of their work. U.S based.
Lists organizations and training schools in the United States.
Mailing list for handlers of service dogs and any other interested persons involved with service dogs, including guide, hearing, assistance, and seizure/alert dogs.
Information, education, and first-person experience with service dogs. Includes an email list and details of teamwork books.
Helping physically challenged adults and children gain independence and confidence with assistance dogs. Includes fostering and donation details. Australia.
Non-profit agency founded in 1981 and based in St. Louis Missouri. Trains and places service and therapy dogs. History, events, policies, programs, newsletters, and photos.
Service dog training organization located in Pennsylvania. Also contains links to other organizations and training information.
Texas organization that trains and places service and hearing dogs. Links, FAQs, and information on their organization and others.
Telling the story of Jake Pogi Osinski service and therapy dog. Includes training details, guestbook and images.
A free registration service and look up facility of service dogs throughout the USA. Includes an explanation of the types of service dogs and their work undertaken.
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