We don’t just provide service dogs; we provide independence.
Our service dog team trains our dogs to help individuals with autism and a variety of mobility disorders. These can include:
- Cerebral Palsy
- Muscular Dystrophy
- Multiple Sclerosis
- Spinal cord injuries
Disability service dogs to help you live life more independently.
These loving dogs can help you with many daily tasks, including (but not limited to) the following:
- Opening and Closing Doors
- Turning Lights On and Off
- Picking Things Up From the Floor
- Getting Items From the Fridge
Along with helping to perform basic tasks, these remarkable dogs become affectionate and loving friends.
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Getting Started with a Service Dog
Please note, we do not train or place Emotional Support Animals.
Due to the popularity of service dogs, we have a waiting list that can be as long as three years. This may not hold true in all cases, though, as we match the skills of our dogs with the needs of our clients. Our clients participate in one-on-one and group training sessions at our facility in Lancaster.
We encourage anyone thinking about getting a mobility assistance dog or a service dog for autism to start the process by completing an application today.
Did you know…
You may be able to include the costs of buying, training, and maintaining a service dog as a medical expense when filing your income taxes.
In general, this may include costs, such as food, grooming, and veterinary care, incurred in maintaining the health and vitality of the service dog so that it may perform its duties.
Consult your tax advisor to see if you qualify for this deduction.