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Autism Dogs
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Colorado Service Dogs, Inc.
Colorado Services Dogs, Inc. (CSD) is a non-profit organization established to train and provide rescued dogs to assist people who have disabilities in leading more independent lives at work, at home and at school. These dogs become an extension of their owners and bring security, freedom, independence and relief from social isolation to their human partners.
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National Service Dogs
National Service Dogs (NSD) is a non-profit, registered charity that trains assistance dogs for Canadians with disabilities. It was founded in 1996 by Chris and Heather Fowler and Danielle Forbes, all experienced, professional Assistance Dog Trainers. NSD's goal is to allow disabled children and adults to lead more independent lives, and to overcome challenges they may encounter. National Service Dogs is proud to be the first Canadian Assistance Dog School to successfully pair dogs with children who have Autism. Clients as young as five have been matched with dogs specifically trained to meet their specific needs and challenges.
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