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Seizure Dogs

A seizure dog is a dog that has been trained (or has learned) to respond to a seizure in someone who has epilepsy.  Dogs can be trained as service animals for people with seizures. The law protects people’s right to use service animals in public places.

For more information about seizure dogs and your rights taking a seizure dog with you in public, click the button below.

If you want to learn more about how to purchase a seizure dog, visit 4 Paws for Ability, a local organization that trains seizure dogs.

Seizure dogs can be expensive, and unfortunately the Foundation does not have the ability to assist with purchasing an animal.  We suggest using social media fundraising platforms, such as gofundme.com, youcaring.com or plumfund.com.  (We are not advocating any of these sites.)