‘Tis the season of giving, and #GivingTuesday is December 3rd! This year we are doing things a little differently. Dog Tag Buddies has big plans for 2020 that you can read more about on each week’s Facebook fundraiser. That’s right! Each week from December 3rd to December 31st, Dog Tag Buddies will have a new fundraiser for different projects and goals posted on Facebook. Along with the weekly fundraisers, we are also utilizing an Amazon Wishlist, which you can use to purchase and send items directly instead of making a monetary donation.

Additionally, Dog Tag Buddies is also embracing the giving spirit! Each week one donor will receive a DTB prize for either raising the most with their personal fundraiser, having the largest donation that week, being our first donor, etc. We’re keeping you on your toes!

Dog Tag Buddies partners veterans suffering from hidden injuries (PTSD, TBI, MST) with rescue dogs. Our program gives both the veteran and the dog a chance to lead a more fulfilling life. Services are at NO cost to the veteran.

Veteran Services

You must be a veteran with a hidden injury such as PTSD, TBI, or MST. Proof will be required to be eligible for the program. Documentation will include a copy of your VA Certification of Disability and a recommendation from your care provider. You must also provide a copy of your DD214.

*The submission of an application does not guarantee acceptance into our programs!*

Veteran Resources

Dog Tag Buddies always wants to be an available resource for our vets. We want nothing but the best for those we serve, and our resources page provides information and accessibility to organizations that can help in the ways we may not be able.

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The Americans with Disabilities Act

Under the ADA, businesses and organizations that serve the public generally must allow service animals in all areas of the facility where the public is normally allowed to go.

A PERSON WITH A DISBAILITY CANNOT BE ASKED TO REMOVE THE SERIVCE DOG FROM THE PREMISES UNLESS:     1. The dog is out of control and the dog’s owner does not take effective action to control it.                                2. The dog is not housebroken.

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