You have many choices when selecting a veteran serving non-profit. At R22, 97 cents of every dollar goes directly to the training, care, development and integration of highly task trained service dogs for Veterans with service connected PTSD, mobility or medical disabilities. Since our inception in May 2018, we have provided 16 dogs to veterans at no-cost. We are 100% supported by individuals, corporate donors and grants.
Service Dog Training (53%) Daily Dog Care (24%) Integration (Handler and SD) (9%) Transport/Travel (6%) Equipment (4%) Veterinarian Care (2%) Administration (2%)
Who Are The Veterans We Serve?
The Rescue 22 Foundation is the only veteran service dog non-profit that provides services nationwide. In addition to providing dogs for veterans with PTSD/TBI, and/or mobility impairments, we are uniquely positioned to work with the most medically complex cases. Where other veteran organizations have said NO, we have the expertise to say YES!
Demand for Service Dog by Specialty
PTSD (66.67%) Mobility (20.83%) Medical (12.5%)
Most Requested Tasks
Alert to sound or person (33.33%)
Brace assist (13.33%)
Where Are The Veterans We Serve?
The Rescue 22 Foundation serves a diverse cadre of veterans across our nation. R22 does not impose geographic restrictions, as many veterans reside in areas where there are simply a lack of resources within the veteran/service dog non-profit sector. All R22 service dogs are trained for each veteran’s specific need and integrated directly into their home environment.
Army Veteran Max Gross Matched with Oli
Army Veteran Daniel With Service Dog Charlie
Morgan, in Training for USMC Veteran Brandon