My family applied for their services few years ago and after few calls to follow up they told me that they lost some of the paperwork, we reaplied again and after two years my son that is autistic and epilepsy was not a " good candidate" for the dogs and basically good luck finding a dog, when I mentioned about the long wait and missing paperwork they said that the last person in charge was kind of a mess and apologized about it but there was a lot more people in the waitting list. So much help from them, because when my son was a baby he had such a terrible epilepsy but he was the perfect candidate to train their dogs, they were going to build a room specially for him to do that, his epilepsy stop for some time thats why he couldn't train them any more but it cameback and he has it ever since. How he was perfect for them but now he is not for them, it doesn't make sense. They should be more honest with people and don't make them wait so many years of hope for nothing. He is 16 years old now and happy.
Posted: 10/02/2013 • Link to this review
This special training center helps with assisting people with vision and hearing problems with a animal that is more than the person eyes or ears but their friend for the rest of their life. The compassion that the staff has for their clients go way over what you would expect. The truly are special people.
Posted: 3/10/2006 • Last edited: 1/02/2008 • Link to this review
These people love their dogs! Their training program is one of the best, positive programs I've ever seen. The recipients of these animals have the best dogs in the world! The love, devotion and care that these animals receive is unequalled in the pet world.
Posted: 2/28/2006 • Last edited: 1/02/2008 • Link to this review