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Apply for a Service Dog, Amputee Resources,

and meet our Service Dogs.

Our Service Dogs work incredibly hard to ensure their Veteran remains actively outdoors and constantly happy for years to come.


Each Service Dog we train is placed to perform a specialized task tailored to their Veteran.


Unlike other organizations, there is a minimum standard we establish to ensure that our Service Dogs and Veterans thrive together. 

Meet our Service Dogs below who have graduated from our program and are available to be paired.


We are here to support you on your healing journey. Let's get started!

Veterans who seek to apply for a Service Dog from WCF must be a COMBAT Veteran, honorably discharged, have a diagnosed disability that the K9 can mitigate, and have fully completed the application process. If you are a Combat Veteran, feel you’re in the right headspace, and want to take back your independence through one of our working Service K9s, or would like to learn more, please contact us. All Veterans must complete our Online Registration Form and Online Application and Questionnaire.

Our program’s track record and standards speak for itself.  We continue to supply the highest quality working dog pedigree in the industry that are capable of assisting their beneficiaries suffering from Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder, Traumatic Brain Injury, Mobility Difficulties, and more. We do not just build Service Dogs.  We build dedicated service animal teams committed to working on the long-term development of their working dog.


Step 1: Complete the Service Dog Registration Form and $350 Application Fee.

Step 2: After you submit the Registration Form and pay the application fee, you will receive an email that has a link to the Service Dog Application and Questionnaire. In order to complete this application, you will need to be able to upload:

  • A 1200+ word MLA formatted essay

  • Three (3) Letters of Recommendation

  • Drivers License, Military or VA ID, and for Non-Active Military: a copy of your DD214 Form

  • Medical Form completed by your physician or therapist describing your disability

Step 3: We will contact you to schedule an interview after your application, checklist items, and background check has been reviewed.

Step 4: Applicants that meet the standard will be submitted for review to our Board of Directors at the upcoming quarterly Board Meeting.

Step 5: When accepted, the WCF will design a fundraising campaign to raise funds for sponsored and tailored services for those who have been notified on their approval status.


IMPORTANT: Please review the criteria above to ensure you fully understand the Qualifying Criteria, The Process and Application Checklist of items needed after you submit this form.


By submitting this form, along with the required items from the checklist, that you agree to our Terms & Conditions, you are of legal age of consent, and you are mentally capable of carrying out the terms of this agreement. After completing this form, you will receive an email with a link to our Online Application and Questionnaire. *You will need to be able to upload your Essay, 3 Letters of Recommendation, Drivers License, Military or VA ID, a DD214 Form (if applicable), and a Medical Form completed by your physician describing your medical condition.

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Thank you for applying. Please check your email to complete our online application.



The Amputee OT resource was created with help of amputees and healthcare professionals that work with amputees to support the amputee community after they stop receiving formal therapies. Click on the link below to access resources on non-opioid pain management techniques, accessing resources, support groups and much more! Please remember to take the surveys posted on the home page of this link! If you have any questions, please reach out to me at


Have a great day!  Christina Nuzzo, OTS, Dallas, TX Residential OTD Program 


Why is our program different from other service dog organizations?

The Warriors Choice Foundation provides access to the incomparable Focused Cognitive K9 Rehabilitation (FCKR) program, which since 2018 has fast-tracked the process for combat veterans needing a service dog.


This program provides an in-house breed & train, and remote training program. Our program focuses on getting combat veterans in need of a service dog through their own drive to want change.

Warriors Choice Foundation Service Dogs and Retreats for Veterans
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