During these uncertain times, how can we help?
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We need your help to volunteer to raise a puppy for 6-8 months that will then become a service dog for a veteran with post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), traumatic brain injuries (TBI) or similar injuries.
We provide the dog, the food, dog bed, leash, medical care, etc. We need your help-your time and home to raise the dog and reinforce training and new skills the puppy will learn weekly. WE WILL NEED MULTIPLE HOMES TO START RAISING A PUPPY. Depending on your schedule and our needs, you can start raising a puppy in potentially the next two months, or not start for eight months.
Please read the section of our website www.aaadogs.org under volunteering on raising a puppy for a veteran. When you respond, please provide your phone number as a phone interview will be the first step. See more information below.
What makes a great puppy raiser?
A home where dogs are welcome. 55+? - That’s fine. Stay at home parent or someone that works from home, FANTASTIC
More information on our website www.aaadogs.org under the section for volunteering. Email us at email@example.com or call 206-601-3254 for further information. An application is available on our website, www.aaadogs.org under the volunteer tab, and "volunteer to raise a puppy"--please complete and email to us. If you are considering this opportunity but won't be able to start for a few months, please send in your application anyway so we can begin to answer your questions, do our home interview, etc. in anticipation of your availability or our needs. Thank you for considering this volunteer opportunity and we look forward to meeting you.
P.O. Box 4883, Federal Way, WA 98063, US
All American Assistance Dogs provides service dogs to veterans with PTSD, traumatic brain injuries (TBI) or similar at virtually no charge. Our service area is western Washington state.
All American Assistance Dogs provides service dogs to veterans with PTSD, traumatic brain injuries (TBI) or similar at virtually no charge. Our service area is western Washington state. We are an all-volunteer organization and rely on volunteers to help us find veterans, find puppies and foster puppies until they are ready to move to the veteran's home. The dogs may provide other support for the veteran, in addition to PTSD, TBI, or similar which may include seizures, mobility problems and others.
We'll work with your schedule.
South King County, or Pierce, Lewis or Kitsap CtyFederal Way, WA 98063
April 16, 2020