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Service Dogs

Bring greater independence to people living with disabilities

Service Dogs assist clients with mobility related challenges gain renewed independence.

Some of the disabilities for which we've trained our Service Dogs for include Multiple Sclerosis, Cerebral Palsy, Muscular Dystrophy, Arthritis, Parkinson's, Stroke, and Spinal Cord Injuries.

How do Service Dogs support their partners?

We train our Service Dogs for the unique requirements of each of our clients. Some of these tasks include retrieve items, open and close doors, or assisting with movement, and more.

In addition to assistance with daily living, our clients report the transformative benefits of their Service Dog’s companionship. The dogs serve as a ‘door opener’ to conversations with new people, which helps spark the beginning of friendships with neighbors, coworkers, or fellow students.

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