C-P.A.W.W. Partners

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The Grey Team

Grey Team’s comprehensive health and wellness programs directly heal all the invisible wounds of war, including but not limited to: traumatic brain injuries, post-traumatic stress disorder, chronic pain, self-medication, and isolation. To accomplish this goal, Grey Team has built a world-class headquarters in Boca Raton, Florida complete with one-on-one personal training, infrared detoxification, low-level laser therapy, electromagnetic therapy, acupuncture for pain relief, 3D body scanning, community safe spaces, and much more.


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Happy With Dogs

Providing the Highest Quality Services for Pets and Their Humans. Happy With Dogs’ owners, Rebecca Pasko and Melissa Jurado, have over 25 years of animal behavior, human training and coaching. We are proud to have them as our official trainers for our Veteran Canine Rescue Mission.


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Humane Society of Broward County

The Humane Society of Broward county is an independent non-profit 501(c)(3) organization and open admission shelter dedicated to advocating and improving the lives of animals. We provide shelter, aid, and responsible adoptions to our animals, as well as educational resources for the community and veterinarian services to all our animals, including affordable spay and neutering services for pets. We have been identified as a national “Leader in Animal Welfare” and strive to maintain this with the highest standard of respect, kindness, and care to all animals through education and community service.


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Florida Humane Society

The Florida Humane Society, has been in operation since 1993, is a 501c3 non-profit, no-kill organization, that shelters and rescues thousands of animals each year. We are a volunteer-based organization. We serve as a primary adoption facility rescuing companion animals from animal control and owner surrenders. The Florida Humane Society mission is dedicated to saving the lives of unwanted companion pets through adoption, as well as aggressively striving to reduce the pet population through spay and neuter programs, and an overall commitment to increase the awareness of our community of the ongoing issues of understanding our domestic and feral animal population



Baltimore Humane Society

The Baltimore Humane Society provides a temporary home, a safe refuge, and care for unwanted and homeless animals, works aggressively to place each animal that comes to our shelter in a loving, permanent home, strives to end the euthanasia of healthy, adoptable animals by promoting and offering affordable spaying and neutering to control the population of unwanted animals in our area and addressing the issues that cause people to give up animals, advances the cause of the humane treatment of animals and increase awareness of animal issues through public education, and ensures a peaceful final resting place for beloved pets through the operation of a beautiful and well-maintained cemetery for companion animals.


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MaxFund Animal Adoption Center

MaxFund is a true no kill animal shelter and adoption center that challenges the traditional methods of animal sheltering by leading the no kill movement in Colorado. We strive to give animals, including the injured, abandoned, and abused, a “second chance at life.”

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Paws and Stripes​​

Paws and Stripes is a nonprofit organization providing service dogs for wounded military veterans with post-traumatic stress disorder and traumatic brain injury through integrating service dog training and education with mental health support. We help veterans so they can live the full and rich lives they deserve.


Ladies Auxiliary to the Veterans of Foreign Wars (VFW)​

Established 1914, members of the Ladies Auxiliary to the Veterans of Foreign Wars set out to serve the veterans of this country and our communities in honor of the sacrifices and commitment of every man and woman who has served in uniform. We have unwavering support for uncommon heroes.

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Animal House Rescue and Grooming


The mission of Animal House is to decrease the euthanasia rate of adoptable animals by collaborating with overpopulated and underserved shelters, providing the community with education, information, and outreach, and providing adoption opportunities for homeless animals and giving them what they need most: time to find their forever homes.


 heel Heel the Heroes​

Heel the Heroes, Inc. is compelled to aid in the successful recovery, integration, and empowerment of Veterans; utilizing canine and equine therapy to mitigate symptoms related to the wounds our Heroes have endured. It is widely agreed on that empowering selfless individuals such as our military veterans is a noble mission. Upon achieving success within this mission we will see leaders emerge from the shadows of their traumatic past, while creating new selfless acts of service.

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WYCO Vet to Vet Alliance

WYCO VET to VET Alliance: WYCO is an entrepreneurial non-profit organization of Vets for Veterans co-managing private non-profit and "Good Neighbor" programs such as "Project Healing Waters" for Vets. WYCO is also a networking referrals group through its Vet members. The referrals are based on actual Veteran results and experiences with various entrepreneurial Vet services groups and public agencies. WYCO holds its own events and acts as a pool of Vet to VET volunteers and friends focus on having fun while serving the Vets and their Communities and families. WYCO Mission Focus: 1. Supporting Vets of High Needs, 2. Supporting Community Veteran Non Profits, 3. Veterans Providing Community Support as a Volunteer Force, 4. Veterans Having Fun and Enjoying Life.


The​ Colorado Therapy Horses

The Colorado Therapy Horses is a ‘staff’ of trained Warm- Blood horses and humans that ‘Heal the Hearts’ of hurting humans like Wounded Warriors, Vets and their families, PTSD, Victims of various kinds of trauma, broken child and family relationships and all other kinds of 'Wounded Humans' such as those with alcohol and drug addictions, cancer and sexual abuse survivors. The centerpiece of the program happens when the participants engage in a unique Equine Therapy called “Natural Humanship Training”, which was developed by our founder, Richard McMahan, MA, CRC, CACIII with 34 years and tens of thousands of hours of experience.

Human Interpersonal Services is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit charitable foundation dedicated to serving people that other agencies are reluctant to serve. Also we rescue Warmblood horses from the show world that need to learn a new career.

 painted paws Painted Paws for Veterans

Painted Paws for Veterans is dedicated to promoting canine companion ownership for veterans and their family members, especially those suffering from PTSD, in order to provide emotional support and a way to reconnect to life, both during and after military service. O​ur primary mission is to assist veterans and their families in the adoption of canine companions by matching veterans with dogs surrendered to rescues and animal shelters, and providing a visitation environment in which the veteran will feel safe. Our objectives are to achieve continued life for the dogs, encourage emotional growth and self-expression for the veteran or family member, and promote education of veteran emotional issues, and how canine ownership can assist through the unconditional love of a companion animal.


Fidos for Freedom

Our mission is to enhance the quality of life for people in the Washington-Baltimore Metropolitan community by providing specially trained hearing dogs, service dogs, and therapy dogs. Fidos also educates the public about individuals with disabilities and about the benefits of assistance dogs and therapy dogs and the work that these specially trained dogs do for individuals with disabilities, children with reading difficulties, and patients in health care facilities.

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Lindhunde Dog Training

Kathy Haley began Lindhunde Dog Training to help Veterans and others find and train their service dogs and to help people train their dogs, whether for competition or to be family pets.


The Colorado Correctional Industries, Prison Trained K-9 Companion Program


The Colorado Correctional Industries (CCI), Prison Trained K-9 Companion Program (PTKCP) is a program which provides the outside community with pre-trained dogs. Dogs graduating from the program fill many roles: everything from a wonderfully trained basic family pet, to a nursing home dog, to very sophisticated assistance dogs which perform a variety of tasks for their masters.


 Suicide prevention The American Foundation for Suicide Prevention, Colorado​​

The Colorado Chapter of [American Foundation for Suicide Prevention] AFSP was chartered in June 2012. The Chapter serves Colorado by bringing suicide prevention [...], awareness programs and survivor support initiatives to communities across the state.

 Freedom service Freedom Service Dogs of America​

Freedom Service Dogs is a registered 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that enhances the lives of people with disabilities by rescuing dogs and custom training them for individual client needs. We provide lifetime support to our client-dog partners and we need your help to continue our mission.

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CU Denver Office of Veteran Student Services​

With the newly-created program, CU Denver Boots to Suits [...aims] to assist highly trained and educated veterans as they move from the classroom to a career.

 pets for vets Pets for Vets​

The Pets for Vets program is dedicated to supporting veterans and providing a second chance to shelter pets by rescuing, training, and pairing them with America's veterans who could benefit from a companion animal.

 Warrior Canine Connection Warrior Canine Connection​

Where Service Members and Veterans with combat stress take on the critical mission of training service dogs for fellow Wounded Warriors.

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Wings and Warriors​​​

Wings and Warriors mission is to provide highly trained service dogs to assist and enhance the quality of life for those afflicted with PTSD (post-traumatic stress disorder) and TBI (traumatic brain injury).


Tri-County Animal Rescue​​​

The Tri-County Animal Rescue is a non-profit 501(c)(3) no-kill animal shelter focused on preventing the killing of unwanted pets in Broward, Miami-Dade, and Palm Beach counties. As a non-profit organization, we rely solely on donations, fund raisers, and the efforts of various volunteers to maintain the shelter open. We believe that every pet deserves a life of happiness and health. In order to do so, our committed staff and volunteers aim to shelter and provide a comfortable home, care, and love for every animal that has been placed in our facility. As a no-kill shelter, we never allow the transfer of an animal from our shelter to another facility that euthanizes animals for anything besides a humane reason, such as ending pain and suffering. Since our inception, we have saved over 55, 000 domestic animals from being euthanized. We work in partnership with several organizations, businesses, and our local school district to educate the community on animal awareness. As an organization, we believe every animal that comes to the Tri-County Animal Rescue shelter is treated as a member of our own family and are committed to treating them with love, care, tenderness and the utmost respect until they are placed in in a safe, happy forever home.