Partnering with an Assistance Dog can make a world of difference for individuals with disabilities. The benefits of increased mobility, greater independence and improved confidence are truly life-changing.
who we are1
We select, train and place Assistance Dogs with people with disabilities.2
We enable people with disabilities to become more mobile and independent.3
We’re Fund Raisers
We depend on the generosity of donors to help fund our mission.
Every day, individuals with disabilities wake up to a world full of challenges. Even simple tasks, such as getting out of bed or opening a door can be difficult. With the services of in-home caregivers prohibitively expensive for many individuals with disabilities, getting the assistance needed to navigate daily challenges can seem like an impossible dream.
Thankfully, there is a source of help -- K9s 4 Mobility. We’re a Cheyenne, Wyoming-based non-profit organization dedicated to enriching the lives of those with disabilities through the training, placement and support of Assistance Dog partnerships.
K9s 4 Mobility trains Guide Dogs that assist a person who is blind or visually impaired, Service Dogs that perform skill tasks for a person with a physical disability and Social Service Dogs that work with a professional in the field of occupational therapy, physical therapy, education and other specialties.
A Cheyenne, Wyoming-based non-profit organization
K9s 4 Mobility trains and places Guide dogs that assist a person who is blind or visually impaired by guiding them safely around obstacles, street crossings and overhangs; Service dogs, that perform skill tasks for persons with a physical disability. Tasks include retrieving dropped items, pulling a wheelchair, tugging clothing and doors, providing assistance with balance and transfers; Social Service dogs that work with a professional in the field of occupational therapy, physical therapy, education and other specialties. The Social Service Dog models appropriate behavior, interrupts inappropriate behavior, is utilized to keep children from bolting and provides service dog skills for children with behavioral, emotional, mental and physical disabilities.read more