At Canines For Service, we do more than train service dogs. We help people live more independent lives. It's more than just four paws helping.
It's about quality, integrity, consistency, reliability and sustainability. It's about the people we serve and making the best decisions we can that will impact their every day lives.
- CANINES FOR SERVICE providing people with disabilities trained service dogs raised and trained in foster homes. Areas of disabilities served include but are not limited to the following: cerebral palsy, multiple sclerosis, traumatic brain injury, muscular dystrophy, spina bifida, spinal cord injury, stroke, severe heart conditions, arthritis, and ataxia or poor balance.
- CANINES FOR VETERANS – – a national program providing wounded and injured Veterans quality trained. Known as a triple win the program rescues shelter dogs, teaches military prisoners how to train the dogs and revitalizes Veterans with mobility limitations, traumatic brain injury and post traumatic stress disorder.
- CANINES FOR THERAPY- training pet owners of dogs the opportunity to become certified pet therapy teams to provide animal assisted interventions in hospitals, healthcare facilities, nursing homes, children’s homes, schools, group homes and treatment facilities.
- CANINES FOR LITERACY — provides children who currently read below grade level the opportunity to read to an animal assisted therapy team, to spark their interest, increase their enjoyment in reading and offer them the unconditional acceptance that only animals can provide.