Save a Veteran, Foster a Puppy!
Retrieving Freedom, Inc
Retrieving Freedom, Inc is always in need of foster families for the future service dogs for our program.
Foster families will be given an 8 week old puppy that will need to be loved, trained, and socialized for the first 6-8 months of their life.
These puppies will then be entered into the training program to assist future Veteran or children recipients
No additional volunteer opportunities at this time.
About Retrieving Freedom, Inc
20360 Tangle Nook Road, Sedalia, MO 65301, US
The mission of Retrieving Freedom, Inc. is to change lives through the training and placement of service dogs for Veterans with disabilities and children with Autism.
Retrieving Freedom, Inc. is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization dedicated to training service dogs to help people. Our primary focuses are training dogs to serve the needs of Veterans and children with Autism. We breed and train chosen dogs that exhibit specific traits necessary to perform tasks to help these individuals, and we believe in matching the dog to the recipient.
Our training program isn’t designed to train each dog to follow a certain program. Instead, dogs are trained to meet the needs of their specific recipient. The dogs go through more than two years of training to meet our strict standards for a successful placement.
RFI operates out of two locations, Waverly, Iowa, and Sedalia, Missouri as an accredited member of Assistance Dogs International.
The service dogs we train help improve the lives of the people they are placed with. Not only do they help with specific chores and perform tasks associated with their training, but they also offer companionship and unconditional love.