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Gilbert, AZ 85297
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Arizona Tax Credit

Arizona Tax Credit

The current Arizona Tax Code allows for donations to qualifying organizations to be returned to you as a dollar-for-dollar tax credit!

Disabled Veterans

Disabled Veterans

The U.S. Department of Veteran Affairs (VA) rates each disability claim on a case by case basis.

About PTSD

About PTSD

According to the U.S. Department of Veteran Affairs, Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)


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About Dogs4vets

Our Story

Gerad & Debbie Claseman founded Dogs4Vets in 2005. The idea was to help a few veterans every year with service dog (SD) training at no cost to them due to the high cost of typical training, as well as the 3 to 7 year wait for a fully trained SD. Due to the overwhelming demand for SD services, we found that we needed to expand the program and the way to do this was to create a 501 c 3 mission. Within the 12 years of operation, Dogs4Vets has experienced many changes due to growth and experience as well as perfecting the uniqueness of the program. This has positioned Dogs4Vets to become one of the largest programs of its kind in the nation. Dogs4Vets’ training center is located in Gilbert, AZ, but finds that veterans will relocate from across the country to attend the program. Dogs4Vets is comprised of educated, compassionate trainers that want to give back to our military men and women. Most of our trainers are disabled veterans or family members of disabled veterans.
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Successful Rescue

Let's Care For Each Other

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Offering veterans a helping hand, not a handout.

Arizona Veterans

Arizona has 96,000 disabled veterans – 35% of them have serious disabilities.
There are thousands of Arizona veterans that are disabled after returning from duty. These veterans need help adjusting back to normal life. Our Dogs4Vets program involves training the veteran’s own dog so they become a certified Service Dog. If they do not have a dog, we advocate the use of rescues.


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Expert Volunteer

“Until one has loved an animal a part of one’s soul remains unawakened.”

Anatole France

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Helping Our Hometown Heros

American Service Animal Society is a nonprofit organization dedicated to enabling disabled veterans to live a more productive life through the use of service animals. We offer LIFETIME support and service dog training for approximately 100 Arizona veterans each year – at no cost to the veteran.