In support of the canine soldiers who are on the front lines everyday.
See what they do. Learn more about supporting them. Learn how to help them when their term of service comes to an end.
A great link for those who are interested in the pet food industry regulations and safety rules.
This incredible group of people decided to change the lives of chained dogs in the NorthWest.
Read their stories. Donate. Change the lives of dogs who cannot help themselves.
PO Box 2569, Woodinville, WA 98072
Reading with Rover is a community-based literacy program volunteering in schools, bookstores and libraries in the Puget Sound area of Washington state. In the Rover Program, children with reading difficulties actually read stories to a dog, and the dog loves to listen! A child that may be hesitant to read aloud to his peers is typically less stressed when reading to a dog, and the dog never judges the child's reading ability.
Telephone Keith Davis at 253-987-5311 for anything other than a search callout (see below).
Northwest Disaster Search Dogs performs searches only under the call-out and direction of emergency or law enforcement service agencies. If you are a representative of such an agency and are interested in NDSD’s services, please contact Pierce County Department of Emergency Management at 253-798-7470 for call-out information.
Since the late 1960’s, search dogs have proven to be consistently useful in locating victims trapped beneath debris, mud and water. Their acute scenting ability allows a trained dog to detect and alert on human scent traveling through crevices and voids, as well as at the surface of water and mud. In 1992, experienced search dog trainers from several volunteer units around the Northwest formed Northwest Disaster Search Dogs (NDSD), a non-profit, 501(c)3, all-volunteer specialty unit focused on urban search and rescue.
The Delta Society Mission is to improve human health through service and therapy animals.
The Delta Society works to expand the awareness of the positive effects animals can have on human health and development, remove the barriers that prevent the involvement of animals in everyday life, and expand the theraputic and service role of animals in human health, service and education.
You may be familiar with this facility in Snoqualmie. Click here
for more general information.
What we thought you might also be VERY interested in (because we are) the CANINE CONNECTION
program developed by the Director of Recreations Jo Simpson.
This program desreves recognition, and reminds us again of how much dogs enrich our lives and help us become better people every day.
33010 SE 99th
Snoqualmie WA 98065
Prison Pet Partnership Program
Washington State Corrections Center for Women
PO Box 17
Gig Harbor, Washington 98335
Gig Harbor, Washington 98332
Phone: (253) 858-4240
The Prison Pet Partnership Program rescues and trains homeless animals to provide service dogs for persons with disabilities and operates a boarding and grooming facility to provide vocational education for women inmates.
Our rescue and sanctuary organization of choice. Please visit their website to see what they offer so many abused and neglected animals that no one else will.
Offer your help through donations or volunteering today.
Dog Training Center
My dog loves this place, and so do I! Great classes for the whole family. Daycare and personal training. Up to date dog behavior facility with caring instructors and personal trainers.
Northwest Nose Works
City Dog Magazine is a great local information and entertainment source for all dog lovers.
The best pet insurance I have found.
For those who want to make sure they know what is happening in the world of animal expermentation, or what they can do to help.