Fake service dogs becoming a problem Service animals help people in need, but not every dog in a vest is properly trained. People are actually taking to the Internet to buy service jackets for their pets in order to pass them off as service dogs, Jessa Sterling, a service dog trainer at Power Paws Assistance Dogs,...Read More
Please click here to sign up for Volunteer Orientation on @VolunteerSpot today! All volunteers must attend a volunteer orientation. Orientation is held on the first Saturday of each month at 12 noon. Our training facility is located near the General Dynamics plant at Hayden Rd. & McDowell in Scottsdale. See the map in the upper right corner to get directions...Read More
Quail, a highly trained English Labrador retriever, isn’t just a 15-year-old boy’s best friend. The Diabetic Alert Dog also is Christian Poorten’s lifeline. She demonstrated that about a week ago by sensing that Christian’s blood sugar was dangerously low and awakening him from a sound sleep. “I love her like she’s another human, probably like a sister,”...Read More
Our mission is to provide highly skilled assistance dogs to adults and children with disabilities throughout the United States, to provide education and continuing support for working assistance dog teams, and to be a resource in the community for people with disabilities.
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