Maddie's Fund® Grant Programs
Every Dog is a proud recipient of funding from Maddie's Fund®, #ThanksToMaddie.
This generous contribution in late 2021 has given us the opportunity to launch exciting 2022 programs to help more people and dogs.
Webinar Speaker Series
In 2022 we're delighted to be hosting nationally (and internationally!) known experts for our free webinars. We are especially excited to use this funding to highlight voices that are often underrepresented in dog training, including Black, Indigenous, and People of Color.
Veterinary Behavior Support
Some dogs benefit from behavioral medications- which means consulting with veterinary behaviorists. This expert care is (understandably!) expensive, so we're offering financial assistance to clients in need.
If you're working with us and need financial aid to visit a vet behaviorist, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Finances are a major barrier to training, so we offer financial aid on all of our services- to anyone who needs it, no questions asked.
To request financial assistance, fill out the form!
We also set aside weekly spots in group classes for shelter dogs to get a break, have fun, and learn valuable skills!
®About Maddie's Fund
Maddie's Fund® is a family foundation established in 1994 by Dave and Cheryl Duffield and is the fulfillment of a promise to an inspirational dog, Maddie. She provided them much joy from 1987 – 1997 and continues to inspire them today.
The Foundation has awarded over $255 million in grants toward increased community lifesaving, pioneering shelter medicine education and establishing foster care as a standard across the U.S.
Maddie’s Fund proudly offers the industry a national voice, important funding opportunities for bold ideas, learning resources and access to collaborate and share innovative solutions. The Foundation invests its resources in a commitment to keeping pets and people together, creating a safety net of care for animals in need and operating within a culture of inclusiveness and humility. #ThanksToMaddie.