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Claire and Jazz

Snuggle up with a poodle named Jazz

Saint Francis Service Dogs is a non-profit organization that pairs professionally trained service dogs and children living with illnesses so they may become more independent, happy, and confident. One such duo is Claire, a little girl with Mitochondrial Disease, and her poodle Jazz.

A pup from Noel's 2014 litter. Photo by Mark Amirault

Great Dane pups are on the way – guess how many!

A new litter of puppies is on the way for Service Dog Project’s Noel! This will be litter number three for the Great Dane. Resident stud Yellow is the proud papa-to-be. The birth will take place off-site of the Service Dog Project grounds, but you can follow instagram.com/exploreorg to catch live video updates of the

Pops and his Co-pilot Carol

This Senior Dog is our Co-Pilot

San Francisco’s Muttville Senior Dog Rescue rescues older dogs who otherwise might not have a chance of making it out of the shelters in California. They reached a milestone this month with the 3000th rescued senior dog! Meet Pops, a terrier mix Muttville recently rescued from a Los Angeles County shelter. He had been surrendered

Children read to Deuce

With a Service Dog, Children Learn in Many Ways

Facility dogs engage students in special education classes by providing motivation, feelings of safety, and increased opportunities for constructive fun.

Bentley is King of the Dance Floor - photo by Mark Amirault

Service Dogs Have All the Right Moves

A well-behaved Dane must never jump on people. Unless he’s been invited to. These two are practicing for dancing with stars (Bentley will be the star).

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