Certified Service Dogs for Autism
Since 1996, National Service Dogs (NSD) has been training Labrador and Golden...
Certified Service Dogs For PTSD
NSD’s Service Dog for PTSD Program was launched in 2011. The dogs are...
Canine Assisted Intervention
National Service Dogs’ first Canine Assisted Intervention (CAI) Dog was...
April 23, 2015 update: Thank you to everyone who helped make the 2015 Hunt such a memorable one! This year the National Service Dogs Easter Egg Hunt for Dogs raised $83,000 Find out more
NSD receives no government funding and relies entirely on support from corporate sponsors, local community members, service clubs and annual fundraising events. We have a number of donor and sponsorship Find out more
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Don’t miss this opportunity to explore the best of Ontario wines in beautiful Niagara-on-the-Lake. For details click HERE. Generously presented by Featherstone Estate Winery and Vineland Estates Winery.
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Grand Valley Golf and Country Club
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Help Blue Gypsy Wines reach their goal of sponsoring a Certified Service Dog for PTSD. Purchase your favourite bottle and support their Service Dog campaign by visiting Blue Gypsy Wines today.
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Executing a national fundraiser is no small task, but under the direction of our Fundraising Coordinator, volunteers and staff worked enthusiastically to make
National Service Dogs is currently inviting applications for Directors to join
Hey, we love our pets too, but we know they are not Service Dogs. Some folks are interested in certifying their pets for public access. If that’s what you want to do, we CANNOT help you. NSD is an Assistance Dogs International accredited training school and as such we only breed, train and certify dogs from our program. Want to learn more about what it takes to become a Certified Service Dog? Click HERE.
We were very happy to work with the Waterloo Region District School Board to make our schools inclusive and accessible for all, even those with four furry legs. Read about Hunter and Nestle’s big day HERE.