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Handi-Dogs: Serving the Greater Tucson Arizona Area

A 501(c)(3) Nonprofit Organization

Congratulations to the March Raffle Winners: Joyce C. - weekend condo stay; Jane H. - $260 in restaurant gift cards; Jane K. - 1-hour session with an intuitive medium.  Thank you to all who supported Handi-Dogs!

Check out the new short video about our service dog training program. Play now. Thank you Film Creations for making this.

Handi-Dogs was featured as the Community Focus of Mesch, Clark & Rothschild's quarterly newsletter in December, 2014. Read the article

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.

Core Values

IntegrityWe will do what we say, we will be accountable for our actions, and we will strive to make decisions that are equitable and in the best interest of individuals (people and dogs) and the community.

Service to othersWe recognize our work is to help others live healthier and happier lives and to build a stronger community – it is not self-serving.

KnowledgeWe will strive to be the ‘subject matter experts’ by staying abreast of changes in laws, perceptions, and best practices for training service, therapy, companion, and other assistance dogs.

CommunicationWe will share information and ideas, and maintain transparency of our organization’s operational, programmatic and financial status.

TeamworkWe embrace that success is dependent on people/dogs working together for their mutual benefit, and that greater good is achieved by people working together rather than independently – both internally within the organization and externally with others in the community.

CollaborationWe recognize that greater good is best achieved by working together with others – individuals, groups, organizations, etc.

RespectWe appreciate and honor donor’s intention, differing points of view, people’s individuality, for dogs, for the relationship between people and their dogs.



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