These organizations meet the requirements of the Alberta Training Standard:

Alberta

Aspen Service Dogs

Provides service dogs and training.

Address:
17212 106 A Avenue
Edmonton, Alberta  T5S 1H9
Phone: 780-455-8137

Canadian Canine Training Corporation

Provides service dogs and training.

Address:
52111 Range Road 231
Sherwood Park, Alberta T8B 1A4
Phone: 780-416-5050

Courageous Companions Incorporated

Provides service dogs for veterans and first responders with OSI/PTSD.

Address:
Box 48074
St. Albert, Alberta  T8N 5V9
Phone: 780-982-4790

Red Dog Training Solutions

Provides training.

Address:
12136 168 Avenue NW
Edmonton, Alberta  T5X 0J1
Phone: 780-782-7318

**Canadian Guide Dogs for the Blind

Provides guide dogs.

Phone: 613-692-7777

**Dogs with Wings

Provides service dogs.

Address:
11343 174 Street NW
Edmonton, Alberta T5S 0B7
Phone: 780-944-8011
Toll free: 1-877-252-9433

**Lions Foundation of Canada Dog Guides

Provides guide dogs and service dogs.

Phone: 905-842-2891
Toll free: 1-800-768-3030

**National Service Dogs

Provides service dogs.

Phone: 519-623-4188

**Pacific Assistance Dogs Society

Provides service dogs.

Phone: 604-527-0556
Toll free: 1-877-292-1765

**BC & Alberta Guide Dogs

Provides guide dogs and service dogs.

Address:
7061 Ladner Trunk Road
Delta, British Columbia  V4K 3N3
Phone: 604-940-4504
Toll Free: 1-877-940-4504

**VICD Service Dogs, a division of BC & Alberta Guide Dogs

Provides service dogs for veterans and first responders with OSI/PTSD.

Address:
104 – 166 West First Avenue
Qualicum Beach, British Columbia  V9K 1G9
Phone: 604-940-4504
Toll free in Alberta: 1-877-940-4504

British Columbia

The Province of British Columbia service dogs training standards are equivalent to the Alberta Training Standards and are accepted in Alberta.

Nova Scotia

The Province of Nova Scotia service dogs training standards are equivalent to the Alberta Training Standards and are accepted in Alberta

**These Assistance Dogs International (ADI) schools will only certify and place dogs that have successfully completed their intensive training programs. They will not accept owner’s dogs for training or assessment.

Some American ADI schools will also consider applicants in Alberta. Please see: Assistance Dogs International for information on additional guide and service dog schools that may be able to assist you.

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