At Mobility Service Dogs West Coast Project (MSD-WCP), we raise dogs for the mobility-disabled community to improve their quality of life through functional independence, giving them confidence and a voice in the community at large.
Our vision is for the mobility-impaired community to live full, vibrant lives and achieve functional independence with the assistance of a canine companion. In addition, we offer Educational events for the community at large to understand what a mobility service dog is. We seek to create for all people with mobility challenges a user-friendly pathway with new and trusted tools, enabling active participation in the world at large.
Mobility Service Dogs are not just furry friends; they are the keystones to functional independence for the mobility disabled community. MSD values independence, reliability, bond-based puppy rearing, demonstrating empathy, and connecting humans to canines.
In addition to training Mobility Service Dogs, we will provide training, education, and support to mobility-impaired individuals to assist them in navigating and overcoming the many obstacles that they encounter on a daily basis. We will promote lifestyle changes with healthy food, yoga, and modalities to create stronger, healthier humans. MSD will also play a key role in the community by educating people and businesses to understand the role of a Service Dog. We will host Open Houses and Meet-ups at large in the community to work towards this goal.
Mobility Service Dogs raises, trains and matches poodles with mobility-impaired individuals. Our poodles are donated from breeders whose priorities are the health, temperament, working ability, and longevity of their dogs. Truly, it takes a remarkable canine to become a Mobility Service Dog. We are grateful to these generous breeders.
~Mobility Service Dogs-West Coast Project ~
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Your donation is appreciated! Please tickle the Baldwin’s baby belly to donate. Please state the Human or Puppy you are donating for. Or send check to Mobility Service Dogs West Coast Project, 65 W. Dayton Street #406, Pasadena, CA 91105. Thank you!