Working Service Teams
Big hearts and willing spirits are the hallmarks of the canine half of our working teams. The training is long and sometimes arduous, but the dogs you will meet below seem to thrive on the responsibilities of being part of a team.
Some dogs offer an ear for their partners; some alert for a variety of conditions that allows for a more independent life. Children with autism respond in miraculous ways when partnered with a canine companion.
Daniel and his companion, Magic, are getting along well together. His parents, David and Linda have provided the funds to purchase our Spring 2016 puppy.
MaryAnn (right) and her service companion, Sydney, with niece, Kendall (left).
Nick and Phoebe are a stellar team!
Liz and Eli with their service dog, Bellini.
Medical service alert dog, Mikey and his companion, Bob.
Echo’s graduation day with Leo and mom, Nancy.
New team members, Jed Morgan and Recon.
Dancer is a full-time companion to Zander. The companionship Dancer offers to Zander has been a gift.
Sophie and her service dog, Taz, are also a fantastic team. Although two have only been together since March they are inseparable.
Bob and Torrey make a fantastic team. Torrey is an alert dog and having her allows Bob greater freedom. She has become Bob’s best friend.
Kyley and Dakota have developed a special bond. They are very happy together.
Tom and Sweet Pea are a perfect match. Tom is grateful for Sweet Pea each and every day.
Beth Ann and her service dog, Mazzie, a schnoodle, make a great pair!