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Handi-Dogs: Serving the Greater Tucson Area

A 501(c)(3) Nonprofit Organization

Free Information Session: Learn how Handi-Dogs helps people train their dogs to be there service and therapy dogs. Tuesday, April 22nd 7:00 - 8:00 pm at St. Mark's United Methodist Church on the corner of LaCanada and Magee in the NW part of Tucson. RSVP to Sandi at Sandih@umcstmarks.org.  Learn more. (Note this session is for people only, no dogs please unless already a service dog.)

Our Mission:
Handi-Dogs is dedicated to helping older adults and people with disabilities gain independence and improve their quality of life through specialized training of dogs and to advocate about the important role of service dogs.

Danny & Hooch



Service/Assistance Dogs
A Service Dog is a dog that has been individually trained to assist an individual with a disability. With proper training, these dogs have public access rights.

Therapy Dogs
These dogs love to interact with people, and are used for visiting animal programs in hospitals, nursing homes, schools, and many other facilities.

Pet Dogs
Helping seniors & people with disabilities train their pets to be well-behaved companions. Drop-in classes available.

Learn & Fun Class

Strengthen your handling skills, build confidence and the bond with your dog in this fun class designed to exercise your dog’s mental and physical health.

Support Handi-Dogs... Eat Chocolate!


The Chocolate Fox Foundation is a 501 (c) (3) organization which donates one hundred percent of its annual profits from chocolate sales to local animal charities. In 2013, Handi-Dogs is Chocolate Fox's partner! 



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