Why do I put effort into fundraising for service dogs you ask? My Seizure Response Dog FRISCO has been a life saver, and for the amazing abilities of working dogs has made this fundraiser worthwhile. For those who would benefit from a super well trained service dog to improve daily living and independence, this is the route to take. Frisco has lessened my injuries and hospital visits. As opposed to humans, Frisco was able to detect when a grand mal seizure was on its way. For that I am forever grateful. His selective choice of strangers to come and help out has been so positive. Please donate what you can to go into the intensive training for working dogs for the next working dogs to be. Mi'igwech! Merci! Thank you!
Dog Guides are provided at no cost to qualified applicants. Thanks to national sponsors, 100% of the funds raised from the Walk go directly to the six Dog Guide training programs. Dog Guides Canada has already provided their specially trained Dog Guides to more than 2,000 men, women and children from ages 4 to 88, all without any government funding. With your help more people can experience the mobility, safety and independence a devoted Dog Guide brings.