Search and Rescue Dogs
American Dog With Victoria Stilwell
Search and Rescue Dogs of the United States (SARDUS)
Is a non-profit national association supporting search and rescue dog teams and search managers.
When a person is lost or goes missing a team of Professionals from law enforcement agencies, fire departments, and rescue organizations work together with the community to reunite the missing with their families. Search dog teams are a proven lifesaving resource.
Walkin' Pets, by ©Handicappedpets
believes that our aging, disabled, and injured pets are family and deserve to live happy, healthy lives.
They provide the necessary tools, with Dog Wheelchairs, Splints, Safety Belts, Diapers, Boots, Lift Harnesses, and many more products, along with Service and Support.
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Ship-Mate, by Innovative Technology, Ltd
The Way To Successfully Ship Semen.
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solely exists to save dogs
to train for veterans and law enforcement.
to receive one of these amazing animals and training.
From Kill Shelters to Police/Military Work ~ What A Great Organization!
Now even people with handicaps can have walking their dogs exciting, fun, and above all else, safe.
Offering precision steering control and excellent dog control.
Unbelievable. Really. Totally different experience than anything you've tried before!
Dog Powered Scooters & Dog Powered Trikes
Is to enable people with disabilities to gain greater independence and mobility through the use of specially educated dogs.
Educated Canines Assisting with Disabilities
Fidelco pioneered In-Community Placement in the United States. Through this one-on-one process, our clients are trained to use their guide dogs in their homes, neighborhoods and places of work. And throughout the two- to three-week training process, they have the support of their family, friends and co-workers. As importantly, In-Community Placement allows our professional trainer-instructors to carefully evaluate a new client’s progress in his or her own day-to-day environment. We have found in our three decades of placing guide dogs that this training method is the most effective way to create high functioning teams.
Who We Serve
Every seven minutes in our country someone becomes blind or visually impaired. These people are not statistics. They are our children, parents, friends, neighbors, co-workers and employees. For some, the cause is genetics. For others it’s disease, accident or war. For most, it is an irreversible change.
"My Fidelco Guide Dog gave me freedom and independence that I thought would never be possible.” This is what we hear from our clients time and again and this desire to live life to the fullest is an important part of our admissions criteria. Fidelco Guide Dog recipients include a wide variety of blind and visually impaired individuals - business leaders, wounded war heroes, teachers, athletes, mountain climbers, busy parents, and retirees.
Fidelco Guide Dog Foundation
Setting Standards Through Education
WHATEVER YOUR AMBITIONS ~ WE HAVE THE LEARNING RESOURCE
A range of insightful films presented by experts in the field of health and welfare share their knowledge and advice on pre-breeding considerations.
Each film comes with useful learning resources and suggested further reading. This collection of learning resources is FREE. Just add to your cart and check out for full access.
Army Sgt. 1st Class Russell Minta, senior noncommissioned officer for the Defense Department's Military Working Dog Breeding Program on Lackland Air Force Base in San Antonio, plays with a puppy. The program provides working dogs to every service branch and numbers among the largest military breeding programs in the world. DOD photo by Linda Hosek
While Lackland is known for its basic military training -- a grueling eight-and-a-half week program that turns young men and women into airmen -- it’s also home to the Defense Department’s Military Working Dog Breeding Program. This team of dog experts breed, train and raise Belgian Malinois to serve alongside other military working dogs, for patrol, drug and explosive detection, and in specialized missions.
National Geographic's Dog Quiz
Here's a fun way to test your knowledge with some dog trivia.
I found this quiz on National Geographic's website. Click on the photo to go to the quiz and enjoy the fun!
Thinking about getting a dog, but you're not sure what would be a good match for you? Good news! Animal Planet can help you figure that out.
You can answer just 10 simple questions and the selector will come up with the ideal breed of dog for you. Even if you're not looking for a dog, the questionnaire is fun to do just to see what it comes up with!
Click on the picture of the Animal Planet page, on the right, to have some fun.
Annual Firefighter Calendar is Grandma Tested and Approved
Charleston Firefighter Calendar featuring 15 firefighter heroes snuggled up with adorable rescues, saved thousands of abused, neglected and abandoned animals, financially sustaining Charleston’s No Kill Community. The calendar is a money maker for Toby's Fund, which pays for medical care for animals at the shelter.
After being told that “Grandma loves your Firefighter Calendar,” the producers of the calendar sought to test this theory and see if this was a demographic they needed to tap into. They recently conducted a Focus Group. While the results may not surprise you, they are sure to put a smile on your face! Modern Dog
This year Charleston Animal Society Firefighter Calendar is on hiatus. There will not be a new one to hang up. Sad!
The Bike Tow Leash
by Leon Engineering
They have raised 10 service dogs with this great tool. Countless other dogs and riders have used the 1-Running-Dog Bike Tow Leash® confirming ease of use, comfort and exercise. They have covered many thousands of miles without the BTL causing so much as a scratch to dogs or riders!