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What Kinds of Dogs Do We Offer?

A veteran sits on a bench with his guide dog

Guide Dogs

Guide dogs lead the way for veterans with vision loss, opening doors to independence, confidence, and companionship. Ours learn over 40 skills, including intelligent disobedience—refusing a cue for safety’s sake.

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Service Dogs

Service dogs shift the focus from triggers and trauma to the calm, steady presence of a highly trained dog. Our dogs learn 15–20 cues and bring peace of mind to veterans living with PTSD and other disabilities.

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Facility Therapy Dogs

Facility therapy dogs live with staff members and provide therapeutic services to veterans and families being treated in military medical facilities and working in high-stress environments across the nation.

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Gold Star Family Dogs

Well-trained Gold Star Family Dogs offer loving companionship to military children and families who have lost a loved one in service to the nation, delivering comfort in the midst of difficult times.

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man sits on a bench with yellow lab service dogs two paws on his legs and kisses the top of his head
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