Our mission is to educate dogs and the people who need them so they may improve the lives of one another. We believe that dogs who are asked to improve the lives of people deserve to be treated with the utmost respect and kindness. We want the relationships we facilitate between people and their working dogs to serve as the model for all relationships between dogs and people.
We place Service and Companion Dogs with people who have mobility difficulties, type I diabetes, epilepsy, and other medical needs. We also place Facility Dogs who provide therapy and intervention services to children and adults. We provide a Disabilities Awareness Education Program and K-9 Kids Reading Program for school-age children as well as Animal Assisted Therapy and Interventions.