Service Dog Organizations
These are organizations and associations of service dog trainers, training programs, and people with disabilities partnered with service dogs. Please contact the organization directly for information.
Disclaimer: Inclusion in this directory does not constitute endorsement by Pet Partners, nor does omission imply disapproval.
The Assistance Dog Club of Puget Sound
Contact: Jeanne Hampl.
Address: 7898 Greyhawk Avenue; Gig Harbor, WA 98335.
Phone: (253) 853-1984.
Fax: (253) 853-1985.
Web site: www.dogsaver.org/adc/home.html
The Assistance Dog Club of Puget Sound helps club members train their own service animal and will assist members in selecting an appropriate animal. The club meets in the Puget Sound area of Washington state.
Assistance Dog United Campaign, (ADUC)
Address: 1221 Sebastopol Road, Santa Rosa, CA 95407
Phone: (800) 284-DOGS.
The Assistance Dog United Campaign (ADUC) provides financial assistance in the form of vouchers to individuals with disabilities seeking to obtain an assistance dog from a member program. Information about applying can be obtained by contacting ADUC.
Assistance Dogs International, Inc. (ADI)
Address: P.O. Box 5174; Santa Rosa, CA 95402
Phone: (707) 540-1553 (Voice)
Web site: www.assistancedogsinternational.org
Assistance Dogs International, Inc. (ADI) is a coalition of members representing organizations and individuals training & placing assistance dogs.
International Association Of Assistance Dog Partners (IAADP)
Contact: IAADP Editor.
Address: 38691 Filly Drive; Sterling Heights, MI 48310
Phone: (586) 826-3938 (Relay calls welcomed).
Web site: www.iaadp.org
Partners Forum, quarterly publication for assistance dog teams, providers, and owner trainers.
Paws To Freedom, Inc.
Contact: Mara Windstar or Therese O'Sullivan
Mailing Address: P.O. Box 33846, Portland, OR 97216
Phone: (503) 231-2555, (503) 882-4435
Fax: (503) 427-1684
Paws to Freedom is a non-profit all volunteer organization supporting opportunities for continued education and social activities for Service Dog Teams, and raising awareness within communities about service dog team partnerships. Meetings, workshops, activities and trainings take place in Portland, Oregon and surrounding areas.