Member Spotlight: Little Angels Service Dogs

Little Angels Service Dogs (Little Angels) is a 501 C (3) non-profit, Assistance Dog International accredited organization. Little Angels was started in 2006 and received nonprofit status in 2011 in the State of California. In 2019, Little Angels expanded to New Hampshire, opening a second ranch on 35 acres in Bartlett, NH.

Meet Skelly, Murphy, Toby, and Titus at the San Diego Ranch. What a crew! They’re all working hard out in Jamul to train and become awesome service dogs for persons with disabilities.

Staff in California and NH continue to work to prepare and place fully trained service dogs with children and adults with disabilities in homes across the country and beyond. As an ADI accredited organization, training practices are held to the highest standards in the industry. It is with this dedication that they are “Changing Lives, One Dog at a Time.”

They specialize in training service dogs for mobility assistance, seizure alert, autism assistance, hearing alert, diabetic alert and psychiatric assistance for children and adults of all ages.

One program you may have heard of is P.U.P.S. (Puppies Uplifting Prisoners’ Spirits) Program where Little Angels puppies awaiting advanced training are taught basic commands and some advanced tasks while changing the lives of their inmate trainers. This California program and its positive impact on residents and dog recipients was recently featured on ABC News’ Nightline.

For more information on Little Angels Service Dogs, visit littleangelsservicedogs.org or find them on Facebook.