Supports & Resources

Here are some organizations that can help you to train a Services Dog or provide you with a psychiatric service dog in the Ontario area.

Assistance Dogs for All provides consultation and guidance in finding and training an appropriate service dog for someone’s specific disabilities. Sessions are ~$50 per hour, or a package of 7 for ~$300, prepaid.

Canine Support Services is an option for service dog training services and has clients including adults and children living with Down syndrome, people living with fetal alcoholic syndrome, global developmental disorders, PTSD, and several other psychiatric conditions. They have also worked with blind/visually impaired individuals and clients with mobility issues.

K9 Country Inn can help you to train your own dog to become your psychiatric service dog. They have wonderful team members there that can explain your rights as a service dog handler, and help you through training situations on the phone, through video, and/or in person.

National Service Dogs offers trained PTSD service dogs to veterans and first responders at no charge, who are living in Ontario, British Columbia, and Alberta.