We are a non-profit agency dedicated to the provision of advocacy, resources and education for individuals who
would like a service dog and the community that want more information about service dogs.
In accordance with the
Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990:
A service dog is an animal individually trained to perform specific tasks for a person with a disability.
Service dogs are working animals, not pets.
If you have questions concerning the Americans with Disabilities Act or service animals, please call the U.S. Department of Justice.
ADA Information Line at 1.800.514.0301
Wondering How To Get Involved?
How Pawssible Helps
I cannot express the gratitude that I have for the amazing team at Pawssible. I saw an article online about this amazing organization and decided to contact them via Facebook. They responded back immediately. I explained my sons diagnoses and all the struggles we have seen. I have cried many nights over worrying about my son and how I could make this service dog happen. They made us feel welcome and worked hard to make this dream a reality. Now thanks to this amazing hard working team my son has his dog coming home in a matter of weeks. We have an amazing trainer to work with our dog thanks to Pawssible. I truly feel we now have another family, a group of individuals that care and want to walk through this journey with us. I could never thank them
enough for all they have given us they have given my son a chance to have the quality of life I dreamed of for him.
– Amber Staton