After a lengthy and thorough nationwide executive search, Chris Nelson has been selected as the next president & CEO of Freedom Service Dogs and will start in his new role on Nov. 7, 2022.
Get to know our 2022 FSD graduates as they experience greater independence, self-confidence, and happiness alongside their Freedom Service Dogs.
September is National Service Dog Month, the perfect time to share stories of how these loyal, loving, and highly skilled dogs transform the lives of their human partners.
We’re so proud of our newest FSD graduates: six veterans who came together in placement class to learn and bond with their canine partners, and in the process bonded with each other.
Freedom Service Dogs President & CEO Michele Ostrander has announced her retirement and will be leaving FSD as of June 1, 2022.
Six terrific new teams graduated from FSD in March, including three clients with mobility challenges, two youths with autism, and one social worker.