Every service dog starts with a volunteer puppy raiser. Our ability to train and place service dogs is limited by the number of volunteer puppy raisers we have. Learn more by clicking below.
It is great to provide these service dogs to First Responders and Veterans with OSI/PTSD at no cost. We can only do this with support from the community in the form of donations, gifts and sponsorships.
Learn more about what Hope Heels Service Dogs has been doing. From news stories to updates about our service dogs and puppies in training, click below to get 'pup' to date!
You can also find out the latest information about the Alberta Service Dogs Act and information about their Qualified List.
Hope Heels Service Dogs is proud to be an official Service Dog Provider School for Wounded Warriors Canada - a national charity that funds the development and delivery of innovative mental health programs to assist military members, veterans, first responders and their families.
Wounded Warriors funds a portion of the training and placement costs of every service dog placed with a veteran or first responder.
For more information, go to www.WoundedWarriors.ca