Custom Canines Service Dog Academy, Inc. is a nonprofit organization of volunteer professionals and individuals who embrace the endeavor of creating and supporting lasting partnerships between highly skilled service dogs and the community of mankind with diverse disabilities and impairments, thus greatly enhancing their quality of life.
Custom Canines Owner Trainer Academy (CCOTA) is a unique and innovative program offered to individuals living with disabilities who wish to train their own service dog. Students will be guided through a customized training curriculum with Custom Canines service dog instructors offering mentoring, coaching and advocacy for each dog and student team.
Capable Canines of Wisconsin, Inc. is a nonprofit organization that trains and places service dogs. We are dedicated to providing assistance and support to children and adults living with autism, seizures, diabetes, and physical disabilities.
Canine Companions is leading the service dog industry so our clients and their dogs can live with greater independence. We provide service dogs to adults, children and veterans with disabilities and facility dogs to professionals working in healthcare, criminal justice and educational settings. Since our founding in 1975, our dogs and all follow-up services are provided at no cost to our clients.
ECAD’s Canine Magic is a specialized program focused on providing Service Dogs to children with Autism. ECAD is one of the few accredited Service Dog providers which accepts children with Autism as young as two years old.
Good Dog! was founded by a family with an autistic son who experienced a miraculous transformation after getting a service dog. We’ve formed a nationwide team of professionals with a shared love for the human-canine bond and passion to empower those dealing with disabilities.
Our service dogs for children with autism help them gain confidence and independence. Together, they will experience newly found social interactions, increased communication abilities, and also assist with daily living activities. In the presence of triggers (e.g., loud noises) our dogs perform grounding behaviors.
Autism Assistance Dogs are not only a living miracle to the affected child or adult, but also to the entire family. These special dogs are trained to assist the individual, and in some cases the parents of the child, in a variety of ways.