My Nonprofit Reviews
Review for National Disaster Search Dog Foundation, Inc., Santa Paula, CA, USA
I was raising a potential Guide Dog for the Blind who was completely bored with Guide Dog training. Then the organization I was volunteering with dissolved unexpectedly and I was able to keep the dog. I knew that from the time he started getting bored with training that this was a dog who needed a job in order to be happy: preferably a very active and challenging job.
A person I met who did wilderness search and rescue suggested that I look into NDSDF. I did, and was amazed by the work that they did.
A short time later, Pluis Davern tested him and he started search Dog training. He became one of the wonderful Search Dog Foundation dogs: Icon.
Though his life was brief, he was so happy!
While I don't have much money to give, the Search Dog Foundation is my charity of choice. When I am able, I give what I can.
The work that they do is beyond amazing and what a contribution they make to our first responders and to the citizens of our nation. I cannot think of a cause or group that is more deserving of everyone's support.