15612 Prairie Ridge Road, Caledonia, MN 55921
Paws 4 Independence
Service Dogs Save Lives
Paws 4 Independence
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Paws 4 Independence 5th Annual Fundraiser
Saturday May 7th, 2016
10:00am - 5:00pm
At the Onalaska American Legion
Althea Grace Band@ 11:00 a.m.
Time And A Half Band@ 2:00 p.m.
Registration starts at 9am. The Walk starts at 10am.
Mike Martino Caricatures
Paws 4 Independence Apparel
$35 Pet Microchipping
Tarot Card Reading
Two Palms Reiki
Raffle and Door Prizes
Food Provided by Ivy Grove Café:
Pulled Pork Sandwich, Pickle Spear, Potato Salad, Chips, Brownies and Soda
There are many ways to get involved with Paws 4 Independence to help make a difference in the lives of our participants and our dogs. Follow the link to learn how you can make a difference by volunteering.
Paws 4 Independence is a 501(c) (3)
non-profit organization that is specialized in training and providing service dogs for adults and children with medical and psychiatric conditions.
To apply for a Service Dog fill out our form and mail it in with the application fee. Follow the link for the form, address, and Service Dog FAQs to find out if a Service Dog would be appropriate for you.
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Welcome to Paws 4 Independence! We are a 501 (c)(3) non-profit specialized organization providing a service dog and training to assist children, individuals and veterans with diabetes, mental illness, PTSD, seizures, and other disabilities challenging individuals on a daily basis.
Our organization is different from other service dog organizations. We do not train your animal for you. We work with you to find the right animal for you, your spouse or your child. Our training is done as a team; you and your dog come to class and learn skills. We believe that the dog and their owners need to form a bond to know each other and become a team. If you already have a dog we will test it to ensure that it will be the best possible dog for your disability. If you do not have a dog we will work with you to find the right dog for your disability and living situation. We train dogs to help their owners manage everyday challenges to improve their quality of life. For some, getting a service animal is a new start to a life they once had but lost due to an illness or injury.
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