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George's Paw-sibilities

by Team George

Supporting: Good Dog! Family Scholarship Fund for Good Dog! Service Canines

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Make it Pawsible for George to Connect with The World!

George is a bright-eyed, go-with-the-flow kid who loves to be outdoors.

Living in Texas with his loving family, he enjoys riding his scooter, biking, swimming, swinging, or simply watching the world zoom by when going for car rides. His mom says her kiddo is always in motion!

George has Autism and Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder.  

George is laidback, well-behaved, and demonstrates great emotional intelligence and patience for his peers. However, he is significantly affected by challenges in communication, social, and severe anxiety. His fine motor skills are also delayed. 

George is anxiously waiting to be matched to his service dog, who will be specifically trained in tasks for:

●  Improving his quality of sleep
●  Decreasing anxiety
Assisting with social interactions
●  Calming with dysregulation
●  Improving motor skills
●  Encouraging responsibility and independence
●  Boosting self-confidence 
●  Easing family stress during community outings
●  Visually reminding others to be patient and kind
●  Be his loyal and constant friend

Help Bring a Service Dog Home to George

Click the orange "Make a Donation" button to contribute to George's Family Scholarship Fund.

If you prefer to waive the small credit card fees, you can also mail a check. Please note donations received by mail are recorded and deposited at the end of each month. Indicate "George" in the memo portion and send it to:

Good Dog! Service Canines
Attn: George's Paw-sibilities
855 South Main Avenue, Suite K-162
Fallbrook, California 92028

Remember to get your company support as your donation applies to many corporate programs!



Good Dog! invests an average of $32,000 to raise, care and train each dog as well as educate and support each family. Currently, we add 8-10 new teams to the Good Dog! Family each year in addition to supporting our active Good Dog! Teams. That means we must raise up to $320,000 annually. To help us offset these costs, our families agree to raise a minimum of $16,000 each. Many families choose to fundraise this amount with the help of our resources and fundraising coach. Good Dog! provides families in need with scholarships to cover the remaining costs of their service dog program.


Your tax-deductible gift to the Good Dog! Family Scholarship Fund helps sustain our programs and makes a direct impact on a family by providing a better quality of life for their child with a disability.




All gifts are received with the greatest of gratitude from us all.

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