Seizure Dog Resources
*The Epilepsy Foundation does not recommend or endorse any of these providers and urges consumers to perform their own research on this topic.
4 Paws for Ability
4 Paws For Ability is committed to placing Seizure Assistance Dogs with young children who have any form of epilepsy or other condition causing seizures.
We place service dogs with people who have mobility difficulties, Type 1 Diabetes, epilepsy/seizure disorders, and other special needs.
Canine Partners for Life
The mission of Canine Partners for Life is to increase the independence and quality of life of individuals with physical, developmental, and cognitive disabilities or who are in other situations of need. We achieve our mission by providing and sustaining professionally trained service and companion dogs.
Canines 4 Hope
Canines 4 Hope offers pre-trained service dogs
, alert dogs
and assistance dogs
that can be tailor trained to your specific needs in 3 to 6 months.
Little Angels Service Dog Training
Little Angels is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that trains and places assistance dogs with disabled children and adults throughout the United States.
Paws with a Cause
Paws With A Cause® enhances the independence and quality of life for people with disabilities nationally through custom-trained Assistance Dogs. PAWS® increases awareness of the rights and roles of Assistance Dog Teams through education and advocacy.
Stonehill Kennel is a full service ALL BREED Professional Dog Training facility offering expert obedience and behavioral modification services for family companion dogs and their owners.
*They have experience training seizure response dogs.
The Exceptional Pet
Offers private behavioral consultations and training for pet dogs and Service Dogs throughout Northern Fairfield County as well as group obedience classes for puppies, beginners and more advanced students.