a nonprofit 501 (c)(3) organization
Dogs and humans have an amazing capacity to work in partnership with each other toward the well being of both.
Service dogs can help in many ways.
They can be trained to provide a buffer zone between their human and others, recognize repetitive motions, alert to the approach of someone from behind, guide their human to a safe place,interrupt nightmares and many other important tasks.
Service Dog Classes for Veterans are currently being offered for free to qualified teams thanks to the generosity of RRUFF Healing Heroes. We have a limited number of partial and full scholarships available for First Responders.
We are currently taking applications for October 2018 and January 2019 classes.
New products are coming soon!
Socialization, obedience and behavior
Oct 3 - Nov 7, 2018, Wednesdays
11:00 - 11:50am
at Pet Food Express Roseville
1009 Galleria Blvd (behind Whole Foods)
6 weeks $175
Oct 6 - Nov 10, Saturdays
at Pet Food Express Sacramento
2531 Fair Oaks Blvd in Loehmann's Plaza
6 weeks, $175
People learn how to deal with common puppy behaviors, puppies learn basic obedience skills. During the frequent recess times, puppies enjoy learning how to play appropriately with other pups and people
Jack is a 9 month old labradoodle puppy. He was just donated to 4 Paws 2 Freedom by a veteran who could no longer keep him.
He is gentle, sweet and loving and he weighs a whopping 70 pounds and has growing still to go. He takes after the Labrador in personality only much calmer!! He does love to play ball, he is interested in water but has not yet taken the plunge. His favorite activity is curling up on someones feet!
Sierra Ranch Veterinary Clinic has generously donated his neuter, health exam and heartworm testing.
The staff at Sierra Ranch is kind and knowledgeable and we thank them so much for their contribution to 4 Paws 2 Freedom and Jack!