Providing FREE Psychiatric, Medical Alert, And Mobility Support Service Dogs To ALL.

To build communities that have greater accessibility to free crisis intervention, trauma response animals, and quality service dogs that address the needs of those suffering from trauma-related mental health issues and life-altering medical diagnoses.


Raise and Train Program

Distance Training Program

Finished Service Dog Program

Liberty for All, Service Dogs accomplishes its mission of community building through our raise and train program by incorporating a peer support method of approach. The client is paired with a candidate trained to an agreed upon level. Clients train together weekly, alongside our staff throughout the duration of their service dog candidate’s training. Within this program, our role is not only to guide clients in developing a successful working relationship with their K9 partner but to develop relationships and networks that will continue to offer support long after program completion.

Group setting engagements involve evidence-based techniques that have been proven to facilitate resilience and recovery. Liberty for All, Service Dogs aims to go beyond just the pairing of a Service K9; while this is the most important piece of our mission, the issued K9 is only the beginning of establishing a new and improved normal for survivors.

The Distance Training Program is right for clients whose housing exceeds a 2-hour driving radius from the Killeen, Texas area but would like to participate in the Raise and Train option. Distance Training Program clients are paired with a K9 candidate trained to an agreed upon point and then complete training on their own using videos made by our training staff as well as home videos made documenting progress.

Distance clients are required to check in weekly via video conference for real-time training checks. Clients must also financially commit to a minimum of 3, in-person travels to our home location in Central Texas: the first, to pick up their candidate and review basic training skills; the second, to complete the AKC Canine Good Citizen tests and review advanced training skills; and the third, for review of public access skills, final testing, and task verification.

Liberty for All, Service Dogs recognizes that the Raise and Train/ Distance Programs are not the right fit for everyone. Our clients have the option to choose the Finished Service Dog Program which provides a Service Dog that has completed all required training, testing, and whose tasks suit their individual needs. Clients choosing this option understand that a wait list of up to a year or more may apply. The Liberty for All Finished Service Dog Program requires clients train and certify with their new partner, in-person, for 2 weeks before the process is deemed complete.

**The Finished Service Dog Program has a waitlist at this time.

Who we are

Founded By Military
Spouses and Veterans

  • Licensed Professionals on Staff
  • 25+ Years K9 Training Experience
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