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Your TADSAW Donation Provides Veterans
of All Genders and Ethnicities Equal Access to a Service Animal

TADSAW has been a leader in fielding diverse teams of veterans and service animals since 2010.  We constantly strive to enable veterans of color to have equal access to service animal training; and, we have always ensured equal access irrelevant of gender.

 

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Did you know you can easily be an on-going supporter of TADSAW with a recurring donation that is far more economical than any other organization helping veterans find their service/companion pets?  Download this .pdf to see how you can make your recurring donation easily and have your donation dollars work harder.

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Ways to Donate to TADSAW

If you would like to make a tax-deductible contribution directly to TADSAW, Inc.
please fill out the SECURE FORM below.

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Complete the entries on this SECURE FORM and send it, or you may print this page and send it with your donation to:

TADSAW ~ Train a Dog ~ Save a Warrior
13423 Blanco Road, Suite 218
San Antonio, TX 78216

Other Agencies Providing Service Dogs to Veterans:

  • The waiting time for a veteran to receive a service dog can be up to two years.
  • Veterans often have to pay for their service animal.
  • Most agencies deploy between ** and *** teams per year.

TADSAW

  • We provide training and certification at NO COST to the veteran.
  • Training is done by the veteran with a certified trainer.
  • The training time needed is much shorter.
  • The time from application to deployment is much shorter.
  • To date, TADSAW has deployed *** teams per year.

 

Your investment goes DIRECTLY to training veteran/service dog teams.
Faster deployment means veterans have a life-saving, life-changing partner that data shows saves lives.

Furthermore, veterans can identify an animal at a shelter who would probably be euthanized to be their future service dog.
This means we reduce the needless deaths of animals who are ready and able to serve.