Award-winning Dogs for Better Lives is a national 501(c)(3) nonprofit located in Central Point, Oregon. Formerly known as Dogs for the Deaf, we have been providing Assistance Dogs to people across the United States since 1977.
Dogs for Better Lives’ mission is to professionally train dogs to help people and enhance lives while maintaining a lifelong commitment to all dogs we rescue or breed and the people we serve.
Certified professional staff train and place Assistance Dogs with individuals who experience deafness
with children who are on the autism spectrum
and with professionals such as teachers, physicians, and licensed therapists whose students and clients can benefit from the dogs’ calming presence.
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23 Oct 2015
Does anyone know of guide dog facility that doesn't require you to be legally blind in both eyes, just visually impaired? I've contacted commission for the blind, guide dogs for the blind, Hasl and the state. Anyone know something I haven't tried yet? Left eye is completely gone and only have use of 1/2 my right eye but it's filed with dots, tracers and blind spots. PLEASE, I really need help! Thanks in advance!
07 Jan 2015
Does anyone know of a reputable service dog trainer - specifically mental health - or a company who trains for you? Amber's therapist recommended a mental health/psychiatric health service dog and I'm trying to research what is involved. So far, the sites that were recommended by the therapist are not taking new candidates. :-( Others that are accepting applications have a 5-10 year wait or are in another state. Any suggestions are appreciated. :-) Thanks!
26 Sep 2014
Are there reputable Yorkie breeders in the area someone knows personally?
Dogs For The Deaf
Address:10175 Wheeler Rd Central Point, WA