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Los Angeles Search DogsThe Los Angeles Search Dogs is a group of dedicated Civilian Volunteers and Reserve Deputies within the LA County Sheriff’s Department. These volunteers provide their time, vehicles, equipment, and dogs to search for people. They look for lost children, people with Alzheimer’s, missing hikers, cadavers, drowning victims, and some criminal suspects. Donations are always welcome!
California Rescue Dog Association (CARDA)CARDA is a group of volunteers with specially trained dogs dedicated to assisting in the search for missing persons. CARDA teams are available 24 hours a day, 365 days a year to respond to local, state, and federal law enforcement as well as other public service agency requests.
Canine Companions for Independence(CCI)Canine Companions for Independence (CCI) is a nonprofit organization that provides highly trained assistance dogs to people with disabilities and to professional caregivers providing pet assisted therapy.
Companion Pet RetreatBased in San Diego, California, this non-profit organization was created to assume the care of pets whose owners become terminally ill or elderly. The organization ensures that displaced pets will be adopted or lovingly cared for at their facility.
Deaf Dog Education Action FundA non-profit organization founded to speak on behalf of and assist in the betterment of life for deaf dogs everywhere.
Dogs for the Deaf, Inc.This non-profit's hearing dogs are chosen from adoption shelters -- where they might otherwise be euthanized if no homes are found for them. The dogs are trained to respond to verbal and hand signals for hard of hearing people.
Furry Friends (PATS)Pet Assisted Therapy Services - volunteer!
Guide Dogs For the Blind, Inc.They provide and train guide dogs for visually impaired people throughout the United States and Canada.
Loving Paws Assistance DogsLoving Paws Assistance Dogs is a non-profit organization which trains dogs to assist children under the age of 18 from around the United States who are physically disabled. Based in Santa Rosa, California.
National Center for Missing PetsA national non-profit organization dedicated to reuniting lost pets with their owners
PAWS (Pets Are Wonderful Support)They provide comprehensive care for approximately 500 animals in San Francisco, California whose owners have AIDS. Their mission is to keep those animals with their guardians for as long as possible.
Sally's AngelsThis site raises money for TLCSD (Tender Loving Canines, Service Dogs) and to bring more awareness for and about service dogs.
Smokey's Helping Paws FoundationThis service dog training school is being setup in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. Their focus will include getting the law changed so that all assistance dogs and service dogs in training are covered to go out in more public places.
South Bay ChampionsThey are a volunteer group who support Canine Companions for Independence (CCI) on a local level by raising public awareness about CCI, recruiting new applicants and puppy raisers, and organizing fund raising events. Their service area includes Alameda, San Mateo and Santa Clara Counties in California. Volunteers from Contra Costa, San Francisco and Santa Cruz counties are also welcome to join the Champions group.
Tender Loving Canines, Service Dogs (TLCSD)This is a nonprofit organization that provides custom trained assistance dogs to people with disabilities. TLCSD teams trainer, dog and disabled handler during the development of each dog so that the dog is trained specifically to the needs of the handler. This team persists for the working life of the dog.
Therapy Dog Associations and ProgramsLists nationwide U.S. and Canada pet assited therapy groups.
Alaska Search and Rescue DogsAlaska Search and Rescue Dogs (ASARD) is a nonprofit, volunteer emergency service unit based in Anchorage, Alaska. Its primary purpose is to assist in statewide search and rescue (SAR) operations using teams of highly trained search dogs and searcher-handlers.
PAWS (Progressive Animal Welfare Society)PAWS provides direct care to thousands of homeless companion animals and injured and orphaned wildlife each year, but much of our work on behalf of animals is less tangible. The Advocacy Department initiates campaigns that help animals.
Guide Dog Training ProgramsIn this document, the term "guide dog" refers to a dog trained to enhance mobility for a legally blind person. Some basic tasks the dog can be expected to do upon completion of training include: stopping at changes in elevation, maneuvering around obstacles or dangerous traffic situations, taking directional instructions from the handler, locating specified objects such as curbs, doors, steps, etc. and reasonably ignoring distractions during its work. This list is not intended to be a complete listing of all guide dog schools, nor is it intended to be an endorsement of any school.
Therapy Dogs InternationalThe oldest and largest therapy dog organization founded in 1976 with members in all 50 states, Canada, and other foreign countries.
TherapetTherapet is a non-profit organization whose mission is to facilitate the use of animals in the healing and rehabilitation of acute and chronically ill individuals. It works to accomplish this mission through the education and training of health care professionals, evaluation and training of animals and human volunteers, as well as the establishment of ANIMAL ASSISTED THERAPY programs throughout the nation.
Support Dogs, Inc.The MISSION of Support Dogs, Inc. is to give people with disabilities greater independence and improve lives through the help of a Support or a TOUCH dog and promote canines as "partners" through abilities education.
Homeward Bound Golden Retriever RescueOur site offers placement of Rescued Golden Retrievers (both pure-bred and mixed). We have many different Goldens with many different needs. Come check us out!
Intermountain Therapy AnimalsNonprofit organization in which pets help people by participating in their physical, occupational, speech and psychotherapies and special education. They regularly visit the surgical waiting room at University Hospital in Utah in the first-of-its-kind program that brings the soothing effects of pets not just to patients but to those who are waiting anxiously for a loved one to come through surgery. They are also a dog-friendly employer.
Voices for PetsOfficial Voices for Pets website. The mission of Voices for Pets is to respond to violence against animals.
Voices for PetsVoices For Pets is a non-profit organization that responds to violence to animals in the San Francisco Bay Area of California. They work to get justice for animals in the San Francisco Bay Area who are deliberately injured or killed. Voices For Pets has helped make a significant impact in several San Francisco Bay Area legal rulings against people who have deliberately injured and/or killed pets.
West Indies Service HelpersThey are a non-profit Service Dog training center located in Trinidad, West Indies. They are the only non-profit Service Dog training center within 2000 miles, and are pioneering the way for Service and Guide Dog use in the Caribbean.
Guide Dog FoundationSince 1946, the Guide Dog Foundation for the Blind, Inc. has provided guide dogs free of charge to blind people who seek enhanced mobility and independence.
People for Dog Parks In Greater St. LouisLive In St. Louis? Looking to take your dog off leash legally? Become A Member, Its Free.
Paws For Friendship, Inc.Oklahoma City Chapter - volunteer to become a Certified Therapy Team Member (if qualified). We visit nursing homes and healthcare facilities.

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