Freedom Service Dogs is an accredited member of Assistance Dogs International (ADI) and has passed periodic on-site inspections to assure that we meet strictly defined ADI standards for assistance dog training. We are proud of this accreditation. ADI is a non-profit organization that sets and promotes standards and ethics for assistance dog training organizations around the world: www.adionline.org. FSD is a voting member of the ADI service-dog training organization. FSD is headquartered in Colorado, with placement classes in the Denver Metro area (Englewood). FSD educates the public to increase their awareness of disabilities. FSD informs the public about the rights and etiquette for all assistance dogs.
|The AAHA Universal Pet Microchip Lookup Tool works by checking the databases of participating pet recovery services to determine which has registration information available for a microchip. Once a microchip identification number is entered into the tool, within seconds a list of all the registries with microchip registration information available, along with the registries’ contact information, will appear in chronological order; the registry with the most recent update appears first. If the microchip has not been registered with any participating pet recovery service, the result returned will default to the microchip’s manufacturer or distributor. While the tool will not return the pet owner information contained in the registries’ databases, it will identify which registries should be contacted when a lost pet is scanned and a microchip is found. Visit them here.|
|Community Health Charities of Colorado is the only Colorado nonprofit dedicated to inclusion of health nonprofits in workplace giving campaigns. For over three decades, Community Health Charities of Colorado has offered the power of efficient payroll deduction fundraising to our workplace partners, encouraging individual employees to designate the charity of their choice in their workplace giving campaign.|