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Little Angels Service Dogs

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About this cause:

Little Angels Service Dogs is a 501c3 nonprofit organization of trainers and volunteers who work to provide highly trained dogs to assist disabled children
and adults throughout the United States. Our dogs are trained to assist in a variety of ways to help with daily tasks and to
increase independence.

Most of the dogs we place are puppies that have come from our own breeding program, and are raised and molded from birth with the specific goal of being an
Assistance Dog. Others are lucky enough to be rescued from shelters, and end up changing the lives of others. Each dog's training is personalized in tasks to help their individual handler.

Little Angels Service Dogs understand the importance of adding a service dog to your life. LASD would never want finances to be the deciding factor. Many applicants go into the process thinking they are responsible for 'purchasing' their service dog. This is not the case. Fundraising is an option for all recipients, but is never a requirement.

Organizations nationwide spend an average of $30,000.00-$40,000.00 on each assistance dog trained. The average service dog graduates with over 600 hours of training, and with that expense also comes veterinary care, boarding, grooming and training supplies. Because of the commitment of all our wonderful volunteers Little Angels spends a fraction of that, at $24,000.00 per dog. This is an expense covered through fundraising. Recipients are never expected to pay.

Little Angels Service Dogs has a lifetime commitment to each recipient and each dog that is placed. LASD will remain in contact to ensure that the dog's training and assistance remains in tact, that the dog remains healthy and happy, and that the dog is improving the recipient's quality of life.