NAVIGATING COVID-19 TOGETHER
In this time of uncertainty and an ever-changing landscape surrounding coronavirus (COVID-19), we remain steadfast in our concern and compassion for those who have been affected; and continue to evolve our responses daily. We know that everyone has their personal concerns and/or fears in visiting public places, being mindful of keeping themselves and their loved one safe—it can be challenging.
- Make sure your clothing, leashes and training gear are clean and sanitized
- Upon arrival, please wash your hands
If you use a paper towel to open a door, please carry it with you and dispose of it to the nearest trash can
- If you’re feeling sick at all, please stay home
- When leaving the building, please wash your hands again.
Remember to keep patience, confidence, resilience and love in your heart. These are lessons our Canines teach us each and every day.
AFTER-SCHOOL STUDENT TRAINING UPDATE!: Due to the closure of New Mexico Public Schools for the next three weeks, and the uncertainty going forward, we have decided to cancel all After-School Student Training classes for the remainder of the Spring Semester. We will be issuing refunds next week. Please call the office if you have any questions.
1 Dog : 1 Person
To serve clients with disabilities, ADW dogs complete one of the most demanding fields of dog training. From puppy selection through training and matching dogs and clients, we focus on the mental, physical and emotional well-being of dogs in our care. We build heartfelt relationships between dogs and people that sustain both partners in their lifelong journey together.
1 Dog : Many People
Our New Programs
Through our Courthouse Facility Dogs program, we place dogs in criminal justice settings where they help to foster a safer and more comfortable environment for children who must provide depositions and give testimony in court. Warrior Canine Connection™ teaches warriors with combat injuries how to train service dogs for other veterans with disabilities.