National Service Dog Month

National Service Dog Month

National Service Dog Month

September is National Service Dog Month

This month is a time devoted to raising awareness and showing appreciation for the extraordinary work service dogs do every day for the people in their care. Service dogs are specially trained to perform specific tasks for people with disabilities as defined by the Americans with Disability Act.

These special pups exemplify the amazing healing power of the human-animal bond. We all know dogs are a man’s best friend- they are loyal, devoted, loving, dependable and typically cuddly, but there’s also research that shows living with a canine companion can also provide physical and emotional benefits!

Nature’s Select is happy to support service dog foundations like the Guide Dog Foundation, America’s Vet Dogs, Patriotic Service Dog Foundation, Next Step Service Dogs, and many more. We find joy in supporting these foundations and bringing awareness to service dogs around the country. We celebrate the heroic acts of service dogs this month and every month.

What Service Dogs Eat

Did you know service dogs prefer Nature's Select Pet Food? It's true!

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Our Service Dog Partners


They train & place service dogs for those with physical disabilities; service dogs to help mitigate the effects of post-traumatic stress disorder; and facility dogs as part of the rehabilitation process in military and VA hospitals.

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Next Step Service Dogs

NSSD trains amazing service dogs for US Veterans and First Responders with PTSD, TBI and/or MST. NSSD operates out of San Diego, California. They train the facilitator and the facility dog to be as successful as possible throughout every step.

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Patriotic Service Dog Foundation

Wounded veterans are matched with highly trained and skilled Service Dogs that allow their new partners to become more independent, self-confident, and comfortable with life outside of the military/law enforcement.

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