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Our Charitable Partners

Below are some of the organizations that we partner with:

 

Halfway Hounds
A dog rescue organization dedicated to finding homes for homeless dogs. We provide veterinary care for all of Halfway Hounds dogs including preventative care, vaccinations, spaying and neutering and any needed care. Visit their website, www.halfwayhounds.org, for more information.
    
Tails of Hope
We support this wonderful organization by raising funds for some of their campaigns. We donate items for our Military Working Dogs including warming and cooling vests, eye and ear wash, booties, pad tough for their feet and toys and treats. In addition, we collect donations of items for our soldiers to send overseas. These items include warm winter clothing and outerwear, personal hygiene items, and items to entertain our soldiers such as books, magazines and games. You can also support this organization through the National K9 Gift Registry. Visit their website, www.tailsofhopefoundation.org, for more information.

Support Our Four Legged Soldiers
This wonderful organization, run by Frank Yevchak. They send care packages overseas to our soldiers and their working dogs. They also educate the community about working dogs. We support this worthwhile organization by donating veterinary supplies as well as kong, toys and treats to working dog teams in the united states as well as overseas. Visit their website, www.supportour4leggedsoldiers.org, for more information.

The Seeing Eye
We have the honor of treating many of The Seeing Eye’s puppies. The staff enjoys watching them grow from tiny pups into strong young dogs. We love hearing the stories of their training, adventures and hopefully eventual placement with a visually impaired individual. We also get to see some of the retired or rehomed dogs that are no longer in the program. Visit their website, www.seeingeye.org, for more information.

Mickeys Kids and Canine Assistants (video link to video on our home page)
Mickey’s Kids is an organization that raises money to place dogs with disabled children through an organization called Canine Assistants. They are a non-profit organization which trains and provides service dogs for children and adults with physical disabilities or other special needs. Visit their website, www.canineassistants.org, for more information.


We support these organizations by providing free and discounted care to several families who own service canines. We provide them with preventative care including heartworm and parasite protection as well as care when they are ill. This helps the service canine and their partner maintain their bond by keeping the dog as healthy as possible.