Note: We are required to contact your veterinarian for medical history to meet the standards for our certification with Assistance Dogs International (ADI).
*A service dog handler must be able to communicate with the dog either verbally or using a signed language.
I hereby acknowledge and I understand that A Veteran's Best Friend reserves the right to deny service to an applicant for any reason including, but not limited to, failure to meet the established criteria for receiving a service dog or that requires services that are not able to train.
A Veteran's Best Friend provides specialized PTSD training and education relating to training a PTSD service dog. We do not provide any mental health counseling. We highly recommend all Veterans with PTSD to utilize Veterans Health administration or a Vet Center.
I understand that if I can't complete the service dog program for whatever reason, the service dog is returned to A Veteran's Best Friend. A Veteran's Best Friend also reserves the right to remove a program service dog from a home at any time for mistreatment/neglect or an inappropriate match.
I do hereby agree to hold free from any and all liability the A Veteran's Best Friend and its members and officers. I declare myself to be physically sound to participate with the A Veteran's Best Friend organization. My family, members of my household, and myself waive the rights and claims for damages and injuries, which may come from a connection and participation with A Veteran's Best Friend.
In addition to submitting this application, please mail the following to:
A Veteran's Best FriendP.O. Box 329 / 116 N. First Street, Suite CCabot, AR 72023
Once your application has been reviewed and approved, we will contact you by phone or email to arrange an in-home safety inspection and dog assessment, if applicable.
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