Assistance Dogs Of The West
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PO Box 31027 Santa Fe NM 87594 USA
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My first contact with ADW was while attending an ADW sponsored workshop focused on training Diabetic Alert Dogs. Since that time, our growing mid-west organization has looked on ADW as a leader in the assistance dog world and a mentor. I saw the professionalism, passion, and dedication the staff, trainers, and volunteers all have for the life changing effects an Assistance dog can have on the life of the person it is partnered with. I sat in on a client training session and spoke with the mother of the client - an adult son with a TBI - and witnessed first hand the excitment and hope they had for the the future with the ADW dog that was going to be placed with them. I can speak first hand of the care and respect the team at ADW show for the dogs in their care and the high standards of training they have. I have no qualms at all about recommending Assistance Dogs of the West for your support!
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