What is Service Ready?
A person who has a documented disability, defined under the Americans with Disabilities Act as one that “substantially limits one or more major life activities.”
Currently, our service ready dog program primarily attends to US military veterans.
Service Ready Canine Foundation understands that families are affected, therefore our program is open to families of those who have served.
The applicant must meet the criteria of SRCF Service Dogs in order to be considered for a service dog.
You must be willing and able to care for your service dog (food, veterinary care, grooming),continue and maintain its training.
Please contact us to request a Service Ready Canine Foundation application.
For most applicants the interview will be either an in person or videoconferencing interview to aid in the assessment of the applicant's mobility and orientation skills as well as providing insight into the physical environment where they live and work.
Once we receive the application, our selection committee will review it and notify you of the results. This process may take up to 30 days.
Our services include all the equipment needed for a successful partnership as well as follow-up consultations for the life of the dog.
We are always available should you have any questions or concerns about the dog's behavior.
A contract is signed at the time of placement stating the responsibilities of both parties.