Service Dogs Alabama
For those who are unfamiliar with Service Dogs Alabama, the organization is dedicated to providing medical and psychiatric assistance to children, adults, and Veterans with disabilities. In the process of fulfilling their Mission, SDA rescues 50+ dogs a year, rehabilitates 50+ inmates a year who train our dogs in prison, changes the course of the lives of those children, adults, and Veterans with disabilities and alters classroom dynamics.
SDA began as K-9s 4 Kids and K-9s 4 Heroes service dog programs of Easter Seals of Alabama under the direction of Frances McGowin and Ashley Taylor. In March of 2015, the programs were spun off from Easter Seals and placed under the umbrella of the new, independent organization Service Dogs Alabama (SDA).
You can also follow the progress of our Service Dog, Delta.