Across assistance dog organizations there is no standard for expenses a puppy raiser is responsible for; however, it is very common for puppy raisers to be financially responsible for food, toys and extra supplies, and in some cases vet bills. Pawsible is the only nonprofit organization in the United States dedicated to providing financial assistance to volunteer puppy raisers across assistance dog organizations.
At this time, Pawsible can only provide financial assistance to members of Pawsible Chapters.
Should I Apply?
Assistance is determined based on your need and Pawsible's availability of resources. We encourage you to apply for assistance if you are even questioning it, we review all applications with the goal of helping as many people as possible. Additionally, the assistance you're given will never impact what someone else receives. We kindly ask that those who are comfortable in their financial situation do not apply for financial assistance.
Pawsible does not guarantee financial assistance to applicants. The Pawsible Assistance Council reviews all assistance applications and determines award amounts based on applicants’ a) expressed financial need b) availability of funds and donations for this program and c) to create the maximum positive impact. The Assistance Council may award you with a different level of financial assistance than you request.
Deceit and lying in Pawsible’s Financial Assistance application or award process will not be tolerated. Applicants and awardees explicitly found to have not acted in good faith will have all future assistance terminated and be barred from applying to this program in the future.
Pawsible Inc. reserves the right to terminate financial assistance and long-term financial support at any time without consultation.