SERVICE DOGS

Dogs that assist people living with epilepsy are being trained under programs named Seizure Response Dogs, Seizure Assistance Dogs and Seizure Alert Dogs. The listed organizations train the dogs under their own guidelines and have differing criteria for eligibility for a service animal. The Epilepsy Foundation New England does not endorse any of these organizations or their services.

Paws Ability Unleashed

www.pawsabilitysunleashed.org

“Seizure Response Dog” program is specifically for people with seizures.

1410 Versailles Road

Suite 5/6

Frankfort, KY 40601

(866) 262-7010  

 

4 Paws for Ability, Inc

www.4pawsforability.org/seizureassistance-dog

Dogs trained for children and young adults with epilepsy. 

253 Dayton Avenue   Xenia, OH 45385   (937) 374-0385     

 Training Center:   

207 Dayton Avenue

Xenia, Ohio 45385(937) 376-2781

 

PAWS With a Cause

www.pawswithacause.org

Seizure response dogs, social support dogs. Services parts of MA, all of RI, Southern ME, Southern NH.  4646 South Division

Wayland, MI 49348(800) 253-7297  

 

Domes-Pups

h8p://www.domes-pups.org

Service dogs trained for people with disabilities. 

P.O. Box 21725Lincoln, NE 68502

(402) 465-4201;   or (866) 515-7877

 

Golden Opportunities for Independence

gofidog.org

Service dogs and mentors for people with disabilities. 

323 High StreetWalpole, MA 02081

508-505-5282  

 

Canine Assistants

www.canineassistants.org/

Service dogs for adults/children with seizures.  

3160 Francis RoadMilton, Georgia 30004

(770) 664-7178;  or (800) 771-7221

 

Maine Canine Assistants Consultant: 

 Kerrie Doyle (207) 608-5296 Kerried99@hotmail.com

 

Resources for Service Dog Financial Assistance

Service Dog Grant Applications Julie Hutchinson chelseaslegacy@aol.com

Josh Provides, Epilepsy Assistance Foundation http://joshprovides.org/services/how-to-apply-for-assistance/