A Service Dog helps a person with a disability lead a more independent life. According to the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), a service dog is “a dog that is individually trained to do work or perform tasks for a person with a disability.”
(Some of our policies, requirements, & training guidelines are not mandatory under Federal ADA Law, but are mandatory under company policy. Such as recertification, wearing of vest, etc.)
**There are no refunds on any payments or donations made for services**
Need a Service Dog?
Service dogs are dogs who are specially trained to perform specific tasks to help a person who has a disability. An example of a service dog is a dog who guides an owner who is blind, or a dog who assists someone who has a physical disability. Service dogs stay with their person and have special access privileges in public places such as on planes, restaurants, etc.
To be placed with one of our qualified rescues please apply below!!
We provide the specific types of service dogs listed below:
- Medical Alert (diabetic, seizure etc)