Our Partners

Our Partner Life Saver Dogs

Our Partners Life Saver Dogs

Happy Dog Training is proud to partner with Life Saver Dogs. Life Saver Dogs is a 501(c)(3) [pending] non-profit organization. We are helping people with disabilities get a service dog for their ADA-qualifying disabilities. We carefully vet every service dog candidate for the program. Once approved, service dog candidates are able to join the Life Saver Dogs fundraising network. We are generally able to raise around 90% of the total costs of a custom-trained service dog.


Our Partner Hounds & Heroes

Our Partners Hounds and Heroes

Happy Dog Training is proud to partner with Hounds & Heroes. We train rescue dogs as emotional support animals for veterans with PTSD.

Bonnie-Jill Laflin founded Hounds & Heroes. She presently works as a sports broadcaster. Previously, she worked for the Los Angeles Lakers as the only female NBA scout. Hounds & Heroes is a national non-profit organization. Lifting the spirits and morale of our military troops worldwide. Further, Hounds & Heroes works to increase community awareness. Also, education and involvement in animal welfare. As part of this mission, Hounds & Heroes combats cruelty to animals. Further, they advocate for necessary care for animals through rescue, foster, and adoption.


Our Partner Hollywood Huskies

Our Partners Hollywood Huskies

Happy Dog Training is proud to partner with Hollywood Huskies. Their mission is to save and find permanent homes for Siberian Huskies. This includes husky mixes and the occasional “honorary huskies”. These are other breeds Hollywood Huskies takes on. The organization focuses on rescuing dogs in the greater Los Angeles area. Many dogs are on death row. Sittings in shelters, or abandoned, or abused, or owner relinquished. Every dog is spayed or neutered, vaccinated, and micro-chipped. All dogs receive medical treatment if necessary. Expert trainers help with rehabilitating dogs with behavioral issues prior to adoption.


Our Partner Sylvester's Haven

Sylvester's Haven

Our partner Sylvester's Haven is a 501(c)(3) charitable organization. Dedicated to the well-being of German Shepherd Dogs. Their mission is to rescue, rehabilitate, train, re-home German Shepherds in need. This also includes providing sanctuary when necessary. Sylvester's Haven is a no-kill organization. It was born out of the desire to do better. Too many rescues won't rescue dogs with behavioral issues. They don't know how to deal with them. Too many rescue organizations still advocate euthanizing dogs showing aggression. They call it the-most-humane-thing-to-do.

Presently, Sylvester's Haven operates as a foster network. Hence, the number of available foster homes determines how many dogs they can help. They are in the process of developing their own rescue facility with training and rehabilitation capabilities. Once complete, it will set a new standard for dog rescues. As a result, the focus is on the well-being of the dogs and what is in their best interest. Their decisions are based on facts rather than opinions or personal preferences.


Our Partner Death Row Dogs Rescue

Death Row Dogs Rescue

Our partner Death Row Dogs Rescue is a 100% all-volunteer, no-kill rescue. Further, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. They are run solely by volunteers who dedicate their time and resources. Rescuing homeless pets from the streets and animal shelters. Many are often moments away from euthanization. They provide housing, medical care, and training. They rescue neglected, abused, and often severely injured animals.


Pets of the Homeless

Pets of the Homeless

Pets of the Homeless is a national organization focused exclusively on helping pets of homeless people. The organization helps with feeding and provides veterinary care. Pets of the Homeless believes in the healing power of companion pets. The human/animal bond is very important in the lives of many homeless. They find solace, protection, and companionship through their pets. They care for their pets on limited resources. As a result, they themselves have less. As such, their nationwide task is to feed and provide basic emergency veterinary care to their pets. Consequently, relieving the anguish and anxiety of the homeless who cannot provide for their pets.

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