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Become an approved service dog organization

Apply to become a qualified service dog organization to train and assess service dogs based on Alberta’s new training standards.

Disabilities that a service dog can mitigate

Service dogs can help people with hearing, mobility, developmental, medical and psychological disabilities.

Get a service dog assessed for public access

Get a service dog's training tested to see if they are qualified to access public places with their handler.

Get a service dog from a qualified organization

Find a service dog from an organization that is accredited by Assistance Dogs International (ADI) or that is on the Qualified List.

Get a service dog identification card

Certified service dog teams must order an Alberta Service Dog Identification Card.

Get upgrade training for your service dog

Upgrade an owner-managed dog's training to meet service dog training standards before getting a qualification assessment.

Grants for service dog organizations

Organizations on the Qualified List can apply for funding to increase the availability of qualified service dogs for Albertans.

Information about service dogs

How to get a service dog, what service dog organizations do, service dog training and travelling to Alberta with a service dog.

Qualified list of approved service dog organizations

The application process to become a qualified service dog school or organization is open until September 30, 2017.

Report a concern about service dogs

Report a concern about a service dog, service dog handler or service dog trainer.

Service dogs in public

Information about service dog handler rights, how to interact with service dogs and responsibilities for handlers and businesses.