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  1. Service Dogs for Independence

    Our Director Elizabeth Morris researched many Service Dog Companies both in The United States and outside the United States in order to design the best possible option for those in need of a Service Dog. Many Service Dog Organizations do not custom train a service dog. All their dogs are...

  2. Puppies Behind Bars

    Puppies Behind Bars (PBB) trains prison inmates to raise service dogs for wounded war veterans and explosive detection canines for law enforcement. Puppies enter prison at the age of eight weeks and live with their inmate puppy-raisers for approximately 24 months. As the puppies mature into...

  3. Psychologists for the Promotion of Animal Welfare (PAWS)

    The Psychologists for the Promotion of Animal Welfare Interest Group aims to promote and apply psychological knowledge that fosters positive relations between human and non-human animals.

  4. K9 First Responders

    Specialized K9 teams responding to critical incidents assisting in trauma management. Teams are utilized by medical professionals as one aspect of Psychological First Aid. K9FR also coordinates Therapy Dog groups and volunteer dog teams at critical events. Our goal is to simplify the process of...

  5. Healing Hooves Inc.

    At Healing Hooves Inc. the goal is to enhance the lives of people of all ages, who are emotionally, developmentally, physically or psychologically challenged, through the use of equine facilitated psychotherapy.

  6. Curacao Dolphin Therapy & Research Center

    The leading dolphin assisted therapy center in the world, founded in 2004 and located on the Dutch Caribbean island of Curacao. We employ a group of caring specially trained and qualified professionals, including psychologists, physical, speech and occupational therapists. And, of course, four...

  7. Dog T.A.G.S.

    Dog T.A.G.S. is a service dog owner training program for veterans suffering from PTSD. The veteran trains his/her personal dog with the help of experienced dog trainers.

  8. HOPE Animal-Assisted Crisis Response

    HOPE Animal-Assisted Crisis Response is a national all-volunteer, non-profit, crisis response organization with specially trained handlers (psychological first aid, incident command, etc) and canines trained and tested for crisis response work. Agencies call upon HOPE AACR teams to provide...