OUR SERVICE DOGS

Learn more about our service dogs in training, who come from reputable breeders, rescues and shelters.


PARTNERED SERVICE DOGS

The dogs listed below are already happily assigned to their handlers.

Austin

Matched - Disabled Combat Veteran

Austin is a male Standard Poodle who was donated by Sandy Oaks Standard Poodles.

Sccy

Matched - Type I Diabetic Alert Dog

Sccy is a female golden retriever who works as a Type I Diabetic Alert Dog.

Maddie

Matched - Disabled Veteran - In Training

Maddie is a female Standard Poodle being trained through contract with The Whole Shebang.

Duchess

Matched - Medical Alert - In Training

Duchess is a female Golden Retriever. Follow her adventures on Facebook!

CURRENT SERVICE DOGS IN TRAINING

The dogs listed below are currently in our training program. Puppy trainers and TXSD staff teach the dogs good manners and house behavior, and most importantly, obedience and commands that will aid their future partners. During this time, the dogs are also socialized in and introduced to as many situations as possible in order to prepare them to be service dogs.

Sunny

Matching - Phase II

Sunny is a male Labradoodle who was donated by Lake Country Labradoodles. Follow his adventures on Facebook!

Dixie

Matching - Phase II

Dixie is a female Labrador Retriever mix who was rescued. Follow her adventures on Facebook!

Hero

Phase I

Hero is a male Goldador!

CAREER CHANGED PROSPECTS

The dogs listed below were unfortunately released from our service dog program due to various reasons. Due to our commitment to their best interest and well-being, we let the dog choose their career change to a therapy dogs, emotional support animals, or just loved, well-trained pets.

Rose

Career Changed

Due to a medical condition disqualifying her working potential, Rose was adopted as a pet.

Harris

Career Changed

Harris is a male Standard Poodle who was donated by Sandyoaks Standard Poodles and later put into service dog training. Unfortunately his public anxiety resulted in a career change and found a furrever family working as an Emotional Support Animal.

Zinnie

Career Changed

Zinnie is a female who was rescued and later put into service dog training. Unfortunately her skin condition resulted in a career change and she has been adopted by her foster family.


SUPPORT TEXAS SERVICE DOGS

Your donation enables us to raise future service dogs, equip our trainers, cover operational costs and place highly qualified, task-trained canines with disabled individuals.