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K9s For Warriors
This organization is doing great things and we work with them on a regular basis. K9s For Warriors is supported by The Wounded Warrior Project, Birdies for the Brave, Warrior Gateway and a host of other military related organizations.
Serving and helping over thirty warriors per year, this organization is assisting our warriors in the return to civilian life - consider helping this wonderful service dog organization today. Or if you need their help, contact them. Click here if you would like to donate to K9s For Warriors.
Patriot RoversHigh Point, NC email@example.com
ABOUT PATRIOT ROVERS
We have worked with David at Patriot Rovers for quite some time now. Each interaction we have with this group leaves us in awe at the things they are accomplishing. Patriot Rovers is totally dedicated to rescuing, training and then deploying Psychiatric Service Dogs to provide support and assistance to our veterans.
Dogs are trained and tested to provide work as described by the latest regulations of the ADA and beyond. We would encourage you to check out this organization for yourself, someone you know or to help them continue their great work. You can click here if you would like to donate to Patriot Rovers.
Power Paws Assistance DogsScottsdale, AZ firstname.lastname@example.org
ABOUT POWER PAWS ASSISTANCE DOGS
This one dates back to the beginning. We have known Robyn and Meg since we began and their organization has become a wonderful friend of Wiredog. The quality of volunteers speaks volumes to the integrity of their non-profit.
Power Paws specializes in the training of Golden Retrievers and Labrador Retrievers in 90 commands to assist adults and children with disabilities. Their primary focus is on mobility impairments, such as paraplegics and quadriplegics, but they also provide dogs to the hearing impaired and psycho/social disabilities, such as fears, phobias and Post Traumatic Distress Disorder. Among the commands their service dogs learn are: to open and close doors and drawers, turn lights on and off, push elevator buttons and retrieve dropped items. They are also now training Diabetic Alert Dogs.
Wags 4 WarriorsBrecksville, OH 44141330.285.3941www.wags4warriors.orgWags4Warriors@aol.com
ABOUT WAGS 4 WARRIORS
The mission of WAGS 4 WARRIORS is to unite veterans whom upon returning home from war suffer with PTSD or TBI with an appropriate dog, and to provide all of the training, equipment and support for the dog to become the veterans service dog at no cost to the veteran.The ultimate goal is for the service dog to take away the struggle the veterans are faced with everyday .
Based in Northeast Ohio, this organization is within 35 miles of Wiredog and we work closely with them. Their K9s can be trained to serve in many different tasks. Contact them today if you need their help or if you are able to offer help - you'll be glad you did.
Shepherds For Lost Sheep, Inc.Colville, WA email@example.com
ABOUT SHEPHERDS FOR LOST SHEEP
Shepherds for Lost Sheep, Inc. is committed to the training of Service Dogs that will enhance the lives of Veterans and mitigate the wounds of war.
While we focus primarily on the Psychiatric Service Dogs, we rarely find a veteran without a physical need as well. Therefore, we train our dogs to the individual veterans needs whether it is PTSD mitigation, traumatic brain injury (TBI) mitigation, or a mobility problem.
ABOUT GREATER ATLANTIC RESCUE DOGS
Greater Atlantic Rescue Dogs (GARD) is an all volunteer, certified search and rescue (SAR) resource consisting of Air Scent, Trailing and HRD certified K9 teams and certified search management specialists. GARD SAR resources are available 24/7, 365 days a year to assist authorities in the rescue or recovery of lost or missing people in urban, wilderness or disaster settings.
GARD also provides wilderness safety education and training to children and their familiers on how not to get lost, how to act if they do become lost and how to respond if a SAR K9 approaches them. Children and their families are encouraged to meet, touch and get close to SAR K9's.
National Police Bloodhound Association
Founded in 1966 the NPBA provides information that pertains to the purebred Bloodhound and their contribution to the law enforcement environment.
Heeling Allies Assistance Dogs Seattle, WA www.mentalhealthdogs.org firstname.lastname@example.org
ABOUT HEELING ALLIES ASSISTANCE DOGS
Heeling Allies trains Mental Health Service Dogs, Emotional Support Dogs & Skilled Companion Dogs to enrich the lives of individuals living with psychological, neurological and developmental impairments such as Postraumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), Depressive and Anxiety Disorders, Asperger's Syndrome, and Tourette Syndrome. These dogs help their handlers meet their personal and treatment goals by providing nonjudgmental companionship, reassurance, daily structure, and motivation to exercise. They can be trained to perform tasks such as: reminding their handler to take medication, providing a physical buffer in crowds, and responding to panic attacks by providing deep pressure support for nervous system regulation. Benefits include: reduction in debilitating symptoms, greater access to the world, and round-the-clock support to supplement mental health treatment and social support.
Darcie Boltz began developing the Heeling Allies program in 2007 and launched it in 2008. Heeling Allies is one of the first professional organization in the U.S. to specialize in training dogs exclusively for individuals with mental health challenges. It is modeled after well-established organizations with a long history of successfully producing assistance dogs for individuals with physical disabilities. It combines thorough evaluations, long-term training programs and follow-up support for clients.
The inspiration for Heeling Allies came while Darcie was seeking holistic treatment options for a client struggling with severe agoraphobia, panic disorder, and depression. She recognized the potential for the client to benefit from the healing presence of a dog and researched the possibility of pairing him with a professionally trained service dog. She found information on training your own dog to be a service dog, but no professional training programs. The Heeling Allies team is a tight knit group of professional dogs trainers, mental health therapists, and occupational therapists.
Heeling Allies trains dogs for individuals across the country.