Building Relationships. Changing Perceptions. Enriching Lives.
Service Dogs by Warren Retrievers, Inc. is a fully incorporated 501 (c) (3) organization.
It is important for the public to know that people whose lives might be improved or even saved by having a service dog, may have a disability that is not visible. Individuals who struggle with invisible disabilities often will benefit from having a canine companion in their lives to enhance quality of life, provide hope, independence and peace of mind.
Service Dogs by Warren Retrievers, Inc. helps families find local resources to help offset the costs associated with the purchase and training of a service dog. In addition, Service Dogs by Warren Retrievers, Inc. will host fundraising and community programs to help spread awareness and grow our programs, thereby reaching more families and providing increased access to our services.
SDWR’s unique service dog program is unmatched. Our training and service dog placement guidelines are highly structured, only to guarantee success between a service dog and his or her family. To further ensure success for between both parties, the SDWR program promotes a high level of involvement between your family, the service dog, the trainer, and the organization. Unlike other service dog programs, SDWR takes the next step in providing a solid base between a service dog and the recipient.
Our program also gives those with an invisible illness a chance at their own service dog. As a non-profit, we offset the costs of investing in an assistant dog. We also offer payment plans and support fundraising opportunities to make a your own service dog a reality. As always, SDWR cares to support those who believe in our mission.
Service Dogs by Warren Retrievers, Inc.The following is adopted as the “Mission Statement” of Service Dogs by Warren Retrievers, Inc. (the “Corporation”):
The Corporation is organized exclusively for educational purposes and, to the extent that such educational purposes are coupled with a charitable component, for charitable purposes, within the meaning of Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code or the corresponding section of any future federal tax code.
In furtherance thereof, the Corporation is organized to provide educational training (including without limitation classroom training, personalized individual training and public access training) to individuals and groups about the benefits of having a service dog and the types of assistance that service dogs may provide to persons with (a) health issues, including without limitation, diabetes and other invisible disabilities, and (b) disabilities that are included under the Americans with Disabilities Act and related state and local accessibility statutes, laws and regulations.
Further, the Corporation will assist such persons by offsetting the costs for the purchase and training of a service dog for individuals with health issues or disabilities who apply to the Corporation for assistance and who would benefit from having a canine companion in their lives to enhance their quality of life and to remove barriers that prevent these individuals from living their lives to the fullest extent possible.In furtherance of the foregoing, the Corporation will participate in the breeding, placement and training of service dogs for persons who have both visible and invisible disabilities.