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At 7 years old, Jasmine suffers from ADHD (with strong sensory processing and impulse issues) and anxiety. Jasmine is successful in her self contained classroom at school, however,her need for support is at home and on family outings. Jasmine has been known to run off from her house and in stores. She can become overstimulated in situations like stores, or events like fairs or any situation where there are crowds. Her anxiety also keeps her from living freely in her own home. She is unable, due to fear, to go up or down stairs of her home without having someone with her and she is afraid to be alone in her room at night. She wakes up multiple times every night due to her anxiety. At times, this disruption in her sleep can cause behavioral issues at school and home. A service dog for Jasmine will help keep her calm in crowds and will be her companion to help her feel safe being alone in a room and at night. Most importantly, a service dog will help Jasmine sleep through the night as she will feel protected by the dog, reducing her anxiety!
Jasmine's service dog is estimated to cost over $13,000.
Dodge is a 4 1/2 year old boy with CHARGE Syndrome. He is a happy boy and very loving. Dodge uses American Sign Language to communicate as he is currently nonverbal. When he is around dogs he opens up and they have a calming effect on him. He has been evaluated and is waiting for a dog. A service dog will help him with his balance and sensory stuff.
Dodge's service dog is estimated to cost over $12,000.
Gianna has mental illness, generalized anxiety disorder and a mood disorder. In the past 3 years she has been misdiagnosed 2 times, has had adverse events on more than 4 medications, has been to 3 different psychiatrists, 3 different therapists, 4 different schools and has participated in both intensive outpatient programs and a partial hospital program. Gianna is currently attending the Calais School and has made trememdous progress with Cali and Cleo, and qualifies for a service dog of her own to help manage her cortisol levels.
Gianna's service dog is estimated to cost over $12,000.
Sirius had a severe medical issue as a puppy, an infection leading to autoimmune disorder
and neurological signs, setting our organization back $15,000. She is fully recovered and will make
an excellent PTSD service dog for Cassie, who witnessed a severely traumatic event,
her family being killed, and herself being severely injured.
Cassie and Sirius are both survivors and strong young ladies.
Please Save Sirius To Save Cassie. Sirius will cost $30,000 to be placed with Cassie.
Cassie's service dog Sirius is estimated to cost over $30,000.
Tupac has a myriad of health issues, including blindness, immobility, and lives on health monitors. Due to mudslides and natural disasters in his Colorado home, his previous service dog catastrophically passed away. His new service dog will be trained to alert Tupac's mother when the mointors signal abnormal readings. Tupac has progressed wiht his physical health. Although he still has monitors, he is able to run like a normal child, but is unable to control himself in public. Since he does not have a concept of danger, and has nearly made it to the interstate while being followed, he is now in danger in a new way. His dog will keep him from running off, and will help him to keep himself calm and deal with the world.
Due to the highly specialized training required,
Tupac's service dog is estimated to cost over $22,500.
Sebastian is an adorable, sweet year old boy. He has recently been diagnosed with Type 1 Diabetes.
It has been quite a shock to the their family.
Scarlett will better assist Sebastianin monitoring his blood sugar and carry his medications.
Sebastian's service dog is estimated to cost $22,000.
Gracie is a precocious 9 year old with autism and other delays. She has been evaluated and awaiting a dog that will give her stability during a rocky time. She loves animals and communicates well with them, far better than with humans. Like many children with ASD, Gracie has difficulty communicating with humans but is a different child when around animals, particularly dogs. Her dog will be used as a tether dog to keep her safe and facilitate interactions and socialization with appropriate social skills.
Gracie's service dog is estimated to cost over $16,000.
Zander has numerous behavioral issues and diagnoses but is extremely intelligent. A service dog will allow him to control his emotions and intensity and keep him safe.
Zander's service dog is estimated to cost over $14,000.
Justin is 19-years-young and has ASD. He is so proud that he has a new job but needs to take public transportation and is afraid to leave his mom. His dog will be trained to give him the confidence and support to make his way in the world. The dog will also calm him during anxiety attacks and behavioral outbursts.
Justin's service dog is estimated to cost over $15,000.
JD is a five-year-old with autism and developmental delays. He is a flight risk with limited verbal skills. His service dog will give him freedom and keep him safe in public places. JD is looking forward to meeting his everyday hero.
JD's service dog is estimated to cost $12,000.
Isaiah has PDD-NOS and needs help connecting to the rest of the world in an apporpriate manner while learning and continuing to progress academically.
Isaiah's service dog is estimated to cost over $13,000.
Adrian is a 6 year old boy with autism who needs help self-regulating and connecting to the rest of the world. He needs assurance that he is safe. The comfort he will receive from the dog will not only enable him to make friends but also will allow his parents the peace of mind that their child is able to lead a more typical life.
Adrian's service dog is estimated to cost over $12,000.
Shawn is seven years old with autism and developmental delays. He has no father and his mother recently passed away. He has lost his entire lifeline and has been living with extended family. A service dog would provide a sense of continuance and security to him, which he lacks due to his tragic circumstances. His dog will keep him safe and comforted and prevent him from running off. He is a big boy, so he will need a tether dog that is cross-trained for his other needs as well.
Shawn's service dog is estimated to cost over $16,000.
John David is a 6-year-old boy with autism awaiting his service dog. He is a flight risk and runs off, away from his family or caretakers. He has run into the street and had too many close calls. He is nonverbal. He does not respond to most people, but his evaluation with Wyatt proved he would be an excellent candidate for a service dog.
John David's service dog is estimated to cost
John David's vest, leash, harness and other accessories
will cost $325.00.
Nate is a 10-year-old boy with autism and other developmental delays. He can become very aggressive when frustrated or angry. Nate is a flight risk and does not understand personal space boundaries or the concept of danger. His dog will be trained to keep distance between him and others and will keep him from running into the street or into other dangerous areas.
Nate’s service dog is estimated to cost $12,000.
Dylan is autistic and largely non-verbal. He looks older than he actually is, so many people expect a higher maturity level. He needs a dog to prevent him from running off, showing the world that he is special and to not judge him. The dog will accompany him to school and assist with occupational and speech therapy.
Dylan's service dog is estimated to cost $12,000.
Neal is a 6-year-old boy with ADD, bipolar disorder, opositional defiant disorder, and is a flight risk. Neal's service dog will teach him personal space, self-control, respect, and responsibility. The dog will also be tethered to keep Neal safe.
Neal's service dog is estimated to cost $11,000.
Lacey has severe health issues and is all but bed-ridden.
She is seven-years-old and has a rare chromosomal deletion.
Lacey's service dog is estimated to cost $7,500