Because our clients operate on tight budgets, we do not charge them a penny for our visits. We are grateful to the following people and organizations whose kind support allows us to do this:
- For the second year Whitebridge Pet Brands (AKA Cloud Star) is sending us one case each of their Chewy Tricky Trainers – Liver, Salmon and Cheddar! We love you, Cloud Star!
- From March through October 2016, Western Pet Supply was our Team Practice Sponsor by granting us free practice space in their Raleigh Hills store – this gift helpd us keep our teams at the top of their game.
- In January 2016 The Family Dog granted us eight licenses (a $1,272 value) for their two amazing dog safety programs! From their email:
Firstly, thank you for being so dedicated to helping others. The world is simply a better place because of people like you. At the moment our dog safety programs are intended for single users and include only one license…However, we feel that your organization is doing great work and we’d like to support you. We are willing to donate the additional licenses to your volunteers for free.
- Helping Heroes Charitable grants from Petco Foundation, our 2015, 16, and 2017 Training Series Sponsor.
- $1000 Fidelity Charitable grants in 2014, 2015 and 2017
Members of our Community
- Catlin Gabel School
- Andrew Harris, Director of Big Horn Brass
- Tualatin Daisy Troop 10254
- Dodie and Gordon King
- Columbia River Cairn Terrier Club – hosts of Toto Trot
- Cindy Miller, Cat Behaviorist
- Sandy and Gary Ragsdale
- Linda Keast
- Sharon Lannigan
- Katherine Hearn
- Tualatin Daisy Troop 10254
- Sherwood Dog Training Club
- Ellie Wyckoff, Professional Obedience Trainer
- Troy J. May and Kama C. May
- Janet Wishart, Board Member, Animal Aid, Inc.
- Deborah Wood, Manager, Bonnie L. Hays Small Animal Shelter
- Remember the Wounded Ride
- Linda Mehlig
- Anonymous but fabulous supporters through the Fred Meyer Community Rewards program and iGive online shoppers.
- Chris Shank of Cockatoo Downs, who donated a 3-day registration to the 2015 ClickerExpo (!!!)
- Sherri Goldstein
- Jeffrey Lin
- The gentle residents of West Hills Village, who help design, rehearse and troubleshoot the games we later play with children
- The youths at HomePlate drop-in sites, who help our dogs learn to work in new environments and help our newer handlers get over “ring nerves”.
Encouragement, Inspiration, Props, Equipment, Services, Site and Supplies
- SCARS – Survivor Collective Alliance, Reaching Society – hosts of Survivor-Con
- Cheryl Vandlac, Washington County Juvenile Services
- Whitney Zeigler, formerly of the Washington County District Attorney’s Office
- Keast and Associates, LLC
- Bonnie Hays Small Animal Shelter
- Educating Fido
- Columbia Agility Team
- Linda Musson, Director of the Oregon Association of Tax Consultants
- Kennedy Morgan (video camera!)
- Linda Hamilton, Cold Noses Warm Hearts