Dogs 4 Disabled

Veterans

D4DV DOGS AVAILABLE FOR ADOPTION


It is our hope that each dog chosen for our program is able to be placed as a working service dog, however, in reality some dogs are simply not right for service dog work. D4DV is committed to the rehabilitation, training and placement into a forever home of every dog brought into our program. Those dogs not completing service dog training are released from the program and made available for public adoption as well trained pet dogs. 

All dogs offered for adoption are trained in obedience and good manners as well as housebroken, spayed/neutered,  up-to-date on shots, heartworm and flea prevention.


SEE BELOW FOR AVAILABLE DOGS

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Sponsorship helps us to purchase the necessary items for the day to day care and training of a dog. Whether you make a one time donation or an on-going sponsorship, all is welcome! 
We will gladly send you monthly updates and occasional pictures of any dog that you sponsor.
Just click on the Donate button under the featured dog you wish to sponsor.

Meet our Newest Arrivals

Four new young arrivals on April 6th, 2014. No worries little ones, we are trained and ready for you and  we won't leave your side. We think you're going to love it here!
LOOK WHO FOUND A FOREVER HOME!

Prince found a wonderful family to love him including a little brother dog just waiting to play with him. Prince's family says he is a good, good boy and they love him to pieces!

Team "Misty"

The Martin County Correctional Institute B.A.R.K. program
The Martin County Correctional Institute B.A.R.K. program inmates with  dogs in-training "Dexter" and "Major" and program kittie "Martin" welcoming the newest arrivals to the program.

Shadow is one happy boy with his new family. Here is what they have to say about him...

"A little over a year ago we won the doggie lottery when we brought Shadow home. He is wonderful little dog with so much smarts and so much love. We have been grateful everyday to everyone at D4DV for the great work they do and to the guys in the program who showed him real love and taught him how to behave so well."

Gabe found a beautiful family to love him and a brother dog that desperately needed a friend to play with. Gabes family said he is very good and is a joy to be with. Now they share their love with two "big boys".  

 Team "Lady"

Team "Bodhi"

DOGS 4 DISABLED VETERANS
8362 Pines Blvd Suite 196, Pembroke Pines, Florida 33024
Phone: (954) 254-2160

Team "Cindy"

Every day dogs are being euthanized at overcrowded shelters that simply do not have the room to shelter them all. Every day disabled veterans live in isolation and despair. Your donations help D4DV bring them together and give them hope and a new beginning.
Please donate today!