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Butler & Sydney were trained by Assistance Dogs of the West (ADW) began in 1995 and since then has placed over 300 service dogs around the country who perform a wide variety of jobs.  ADW has placed dogs to assist with mobility impairments, autism, developmental disabilities, seizure response, diabetic alert, post- traumatic stress disorder and anxiety disorders.  ADW also places courthouse dogs who help children through the judicial process who have witnessed or been victim to a crime. ADW strongly believes in positive training methods and never uses choke chains or prong collars.  One of the unique things about ADW’s training program is the involvement of local youth to train the canines.  ADW works with children from 8 to 18 at in-school, after-school, and summer programs.  These children learn from our trainers how to care for and train the dogs to be service animals.  ADW also works with veterans to train the canines.  ADW is the first service dog agency in the US to work with the Veteran’s Court Program and is partnered with the national WCC™ at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center and the National Intrepid Center of Excellence.  The veterans work in a weekly class to train service dogs for other veterans and clients with disabilities. Visit our website  www.assistancedogsofthewest.org  to learn more about our programs or to make a donation. Butler and Sydney were donated by Debbie of Countryside Doodles
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Butler & Sydney were trained by Assistance Dogs of the West (ADW) began in 1995 and since then has placed over 300 service dogs around the country who perform a wide variety of jobs.  ADW has placed dogs to assist with mobility impairments, autism, developmental disabilities, seizure response, diabetic alert, post-traumatic stress disorder and anxiety disorders.  ADW also places courthouse dogs who help children through the judicial process who have witnessed or been victim to a crime. ADW strongly believes in positive training methods and never uses choke chains or prong collars.  One of the unique things about ADW’s training program is the involvement of local youth to train the canines.  ADW works with children from 8 to 18 at in- school, after-school, and summer programs.  These children learn from our trainers how to care for and train the dogs to be service animals.  ADW also works with veterans to train the canines.  ADW is the first service dog agency in the US to work with the Veteran’s Court Program and is partnered with the national WCC™ at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center and the National Intrepid Center of Excellence.  The veterans work in a weekly class to train service dogs for other veterans and clients with disabilities. Visit our website  www.assistancedogsofthewest.org  to learn more about our programs or to make a donation. Butler and Sydney were donated by Debbie of Countryside Doodles