The Mission of the Assistance Dog Club of Puget Sound (ADCPS) is to provide a safe, supportive environment for persons with disabilities partnered with assistance dogs and to provide educational opportunities for the local business community and the general public, including persons dedicated to the raising and training of assistance dogs.
The Assistance Dog Club of Puget Sound announces our support of the 2017 International Assistance Dog Week on August 6-12, 2017. Click on the image below and you will find a wealth of information related to service dogs.
On June 29th, 2017, Washington State's Governor Jay Inslee signed a Proclamation encouraging the observance of August 6 though 12, 2017 as Assistance Dog Week.
Legal Requirements for Service Dogs
Questions and Answers regarding service dogs were released by the DOJ in 2010. Please make a copy for reference and share it with your friends, local businesses that you frequent and your employer. The more individuals that know and understand the laws governing the access of service dogs the most successful life that a person with a disability can enjoy.
Support ADC Through Consumer Opportunities
The Assistance Dog Club of Puget Sound (ADCPS) is pleased to announce that we have been accepted to be recipients in both the Fred Meyer Community Awards Program and Amazon.com's donor program, AmazonSmile. Links to both of these donors are below and we hope that you will take advantage of these opportunities to support ADCPS.
AmazonSmile Donor Program
Fred Meyer Community Rewards Program