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When a dog from our program is partnered with a Disabled Veteran, the team is trained to work together and is then certified. We continue to work  with and provide support for the team for the lifetime of the dog. 

While a service dog is trained to perform specific tasks to assist their disabled partner, service dogs can also provide companionship,security and emotional stability during often difficult periods of recovery from physical and emotional wounds.

 Perhaps one of the most important results of the Service Dog Training Program is that the veteran / dog team become Lifelong Companions.  Often people refer  to their service dogs as their Best Friends, Playmates and Loyal Companions.

If you wish to apply for a service dog, please be advised that the wait time is approximately one year.  

To be considered, please fill out the form below. Once we receive your submission we will be contact with you. Please know that we will ask for a copy of your Veteran's Administration Disability Letter, or a copy of your Medical Board Proceedings if you have not received a VA disability rating at the time of your application.

Once received the pre-application must be completed fully and returned along with a certified copy of your DD-214 to:

VADogs of Texas   
1127 E. Main St #214
Kerrville, TX 78028

You will then be contacted by our office once all your documents have been reviewed.


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Additional Questions?

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For more information about applying for a service dog through Veterans Assistance Dogs, please contact:

Application Process
Steve Volkman
830-315-4377

Isaac Carpenter
210-307-5319