Apply for an Assistance Dog
This page applies to those looking for an Assistance Dog. If you would like to volunteer, please visit our Volunteer Section.
Dogs with Wings DOES NOT specialize or train our dogs for clients with Anxiety, PTSD, Hearing Problems, Seizure Alert, Diabetic Needs or Balance Support.
Dogs with Wings Assistance Dog Society breeds, raises, trains and places Guide, Service, Autism Service, Companion and Facility Dogs with individuals living with a disability. In order to streamline a more efficient application process for our future clients, effective April 2019, we will now only accept applications for our Assistance Dogs during the months of January – March.
If you are interested in applying for one of our Assistance Dogs, please fill out the Letter of Intent under the "Get Started" section on the right side of the page. If your Letter of Intent meets our criteria, we will send you an application in January. If you have any questions, please direct them to our Client Services Coordinator, Emily Hendsbee, at email@example.com.
** Please note we are not accepting letters of intent for our Service and Guide Dog programs, as well as Letter of Intent for Companion Dogs for applicants younger than 16 years of age, until further notice. **
Dogs with Wings is unable to provide:
For more information on Assistance Dogs International (ADI) and the importance of accredited dogs, please visit:
Assistance Dogs International
For more information on other ADI certified service dog schools in Canada, please visit:
Canadian Association of Guide and Assistance Dog Schools
Dogs with Wings is licensed to place dogs with Canadian Citizens ordinarily residing in the Province of Alberta only.