Who We Are

Believet™ Canine Service Partners provides highly skilled service dogs, free of charge, to disabled veterans. In doing so, we dedicate ourselves to the noble service of strengthening lives.

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Why we are here

The VA estimates that a sobering 500,000 troops who served in Operation Enduring Freedom (OEF) and Operation Iraqi Freedom (OIF) have been diagnosed with PTSD. Trained service dogs can help combat PTSD by providing an essential source of security, trust, and connection.

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Who we serve

Believet™ is committed to helping veterans suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), traumatic brain injury (TBI), and military sexual trauma (MST) return to civilian life with dignity and independence.

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For Our Veterans


If you need immediate help, please call the Veterans Crisis Line: 1-800-273-8255.

Believet™ provides highly trained service dogs, free of charge, to disabled veterans, helping them to lead a more productive, independent life. A service dog provides a sense of security, greater independence, non-judgmental acceptance, affection, physical assistance when needed, and peace of mind. Our application process includes several steps:

  • Determine your eligibility to apply for a Believet™ dog placement with our Eligibility Survey.
  • If Believet™ deems you eligible, you will receive an application to complete. Following submission, processing and evaluation of your application may take up to 2 weeks.


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How you can help!

We would not be able to accomplish our mission without our dedicated volunteers. Learn more about ways you can volunteer with us.

Foster a young rescue dog for 4-6 months and help prepare it for a lifetime of service. Contact us to learn more.

Your generous donation helps fundamentally transform the lives of our veterans, their families, and our communities. In 2017, 88% of all donations went to support our programs for veterans and service dogs.

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