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Companion & Emotional Support Dogs
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4 Paws for Ability
At 4 Paws For Ability, Inc. we are breaking through the boundaries. We provide a wide range of funding options. We have no eligibility requirements beyond a physician statement that the person requesting a service dog has a disability as defined by the Americanís with disabilities act of 1990. We find creative, innovative means of assisting people with severe disabilities with solutions for handling the dog. LOCATED IN Xenia, Ohio.
937-374- 0385
Ohio, USA
 
Champ Assistance Dogs
C.H.A.M.P., Inc. serves children and adults who have physical disabilities. They raise, train, and place our very special service dogs to provide companionship and offer assistance with activities of daily living. They also provide disability awareness education and therapy dog teams to the St. Louis, Missouri area.
314-653-9466
Missouri, USA
 
Circle Tail, Inc.
Circle Tail is a non-profit organization located on the north east side of Cincinnati, Ohio. This organization was established in 1997 to provide high quality assistance dogs to people with mobility, hearing, neurologic or psychiatric disabilities, provide facility dogs to retirement centers and to provide a better quality of life for unwanted domestic and farm animals at our shelter or through adoption.
info@circletail.org
513-877-3325
Ohio, USA
 
Colorado Service Dogs, Inc.
Colorado Services Dogs, Inc. (CSD) is a non-profit organization established to train and provide rescued dogs to assist people who have disabilities in leading more independent lives at work, at home and at school. These dogs become an extension of their owners and bring security, freedom, independence and relief from social isolation to their human partners.
info@coservicedogs.com
Colorado, USA
 
Guide Dog Association of New South Wales
We train people who are vision impaired to use canes, canines and electronic aids to improve their mobility and thus independence and quality of life. We train companion dogs for children and adults who are disabled or disadvantaged. And we advocate on behalf of the people we assist to make the community an easier place in which to live and work. We do not charge for our services.We don't receive government funding. Everything we achieve is made possible by the generosity of donors.
(02) 9412 9300
Australia
 
The Bright and Beautiful Therapy Dogs, Inc.
The Bright and Beautiful Therapy Dogs, Inc. is a non-profit organization which evaluates, tests, trains, qualifies and supports therapy dogs for the purpose of giving loving and empathic support in nursing homes, hospitals, psychiatric wards and other facilities where emotional service dogs are indispensable. These dogs, once they qualify to become members of The Bright and Beautiful Therapy Dogs, Inc. will receive many benefits including primary accident and liability insurance within the US and Canada, therapy dog equipment, post card mailings and quarterly newsletters. LOCATED IN MORRIS PLAINS, NEW JERSEY.
(973)292-3316
 
WAGS
The Wisconsin Academy of Graduate Service Dogs, Inc. promotes independence for people with cognitive or physical disability by providing highly skilled service, social, and specialty dogs. Located in Madison, Wi.
608-250-WAGS (9247)
 
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