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Thank Our Veterans

Above all else, thank a veteran for his or her service to our Nation.

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Donate your time and enrich your life. VMF depends on the support of volunteers to:

  • Raise a Puppy
  • Train a Dog
  • Foster a Puppy or Adult Dog
  • Provide Grooming
  • Contribute Veterinarian Services
  • Help with Transportion

To learn more about what is involved or to find out how you can become a volunteer, please visit our Volunteer Page here >>

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Currently, the service dog industry estimates it costs between $35,000–$50,000 to raise, train and place an assistance dog. VMF's program features different types of service provided by our highly-trained dogs and each type requires a different degree of and time for training. To find how funds provided by your organization will help to sponsor an assistance dog in training (ADIT), please visit our Donation Page here >>

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Puppy sponsorship is needed — your tax-deductible sponsorship to VMF will enable us to raise and train Assistance Dogs in Training (ADITs) and provide service dogs to veterans with physical and mental health challenges. Please address any questions regarding sponsorship of VMF's program to either:

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Sponsor an eventAs a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit charity, VMF depends on donations to provide service dogs to veterans with physical and mental health challenges. Fundraising plays a huge role in our efforts to educate the public and raise funds to support our mission. If you or your company has a venue or is able to host or sponsor an event, please contact:

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Recruit employers and companies to contribute time and resources in providing canine therapy. Donate veterinarian or canine grooming services. If you or your company is able to donate time or service, please contact:

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Spread the word about the value of canine therapy and how service dogs can mitigate the disabilities or physical and mental health challenges of our Nation’s veterans. Learn the facts about service dogs and the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). Share this U.S. Department of Justice fact sheet: http://www.ada.gov/service_animals_2010.pdf

Dogs in Service volunteer brochure
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