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Who Can Get A Dog

We provide different dogs to different people for different reasons.

All paws4people Dogs are placed only after the submission of an Application Form.  Click here for more information about applying for a Dog.

Choose a description below that best fits your situation, then click on the link to learn more about that type of trained dog:


Veterans and Active Duty Service Members

DOGS for Mobility Assistance

Service Dog – Physical or Neurological Disability
Service Dog – Balance
Service Dog – LASER Designated Retrieving

DOGS for Chronic/Complex PTSD and/or TBI

Service Dog – Psychiatric
Assistance Dog – Psychiatric


Child or Adolescent with Physical or Neurological Disability

DOGS for Mobility Assistance

Service Dog – Physical or Neurological Disability
Service Dog – Balance
Service Dog – LASER Designated Retrieving

DOGS for Neurological Assistance

Service Dog – Physical or Neurological Disability
Service Dog – Seizure Response


Child or Adolescent with Psychiatric/Emotional Diagnosis

Dogs for Psychiatric/Emotional Support

Service Dog – Psychiatric
Assistance Dog – Psychiatric


Mental Health Professional

DOGs for use in Counseling
Assistance Dog – Psychiatric Facility Dog


Physical/Occupational/Speech/Rec Therapist

DOGs for use in Clinical Therapy Settings

Assistance Dog – Rehabilitative Facility Dog


Educators

DOGs for use in Regular or Special Education Classrooms

Educational Assistance Dog


Other Placements

Persons with a need for companionship (rather than service) as in a senior who has lost a spouse, active/retired civil servants who require more than just pet.

Community/Companion Dogs

 

 

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