Assistance Dogs

Training and placing service and therapy dogs
to support people with disabilities.

About Assistance Dogs

Assistance Dogs helps individuals with disabilities achieve greater independence by training and placing service and therapy dogs to assist with the individual’s daily needs.

Our trainers and staff guide you through the training experience and placing process of your assistance dog.
Dogs are specifically trained for the tasks presented by their future partner.


Assistance Dogs is an accredited member of Assistance Dogs International. View program 990 here.


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Our volunteers are a vital part of our success of the program. Hear from current fosters about their experience and commitment to our cause.

Get Involved

Your support feeds dogs, provides veterinary care, and improves training materials.


Assistance Dogs have changed the lives of countless individuals

“People feel comfortable approaching me because of my dog. I no longer have to use a walker. A warm, loving dog is in so many ways better than a cold piece of metal.”