Guardian Angels Medical Service Dogs work through their incredible dogs to make a difference in the lives of those struggling with a variety of disorders including PTSD, Traumatic Brain Injury, Seizure Disorders, Mobility Issues and more.
Learn how the American Humane Hero Dog of the Year ® Alice helps Recipient Antonio.
Since 2010, Guardian Angels Medical Service Dogs has been rescuing, raising, training and then donating individually trained medical service dogs to veterans and others struggling with a myriad of disabilities. Read more of our story here.
Check out our events! Come out and support our organization, meet some of our recipients, and learn how you can help Guardian Angels in our mission to provide service dogs to those in need.
Through the hard work of our organization and your generous donations of time and money, we have been able to accomplish amazing things. Learn more about the impact our service dogs have had on the lives of veterans and others in need.
With our community of supporters, we are able to make recovery and independence a reality for many veterans and others who are in need. When you choose to support Guardian Angels, you are giving those in need a life-saving companion who can give them their life back. We thank you for your generous support toward feeding, housing, caring for and training of these amazing dogs.
Join Linda Jo in celebrating her birthday by donating to her campaign and helping change the lives of those living with permanent disabilities.
Learn more about how service dog Foxy helped Craig regain his life and manage his symptoms of PTS.
Please join us in honoring the memory of USAF MSGT, Brian C. Riley. Brian passed from this life on December 17, 2019. Brian served 18 years in the United States Air Force and was an active duty Master Sargent.
Learn more about Ben and Bolt and how you can help continue these after-pairing programs continue for recipients like Ben.
Donate to the Life-Changing Service Dogs for Veterans campaign to help bring a Medical Service Dog Training Facility to Pittsburgh!
Support the training of Barker, the service dog named in memory of Judy Barker, a longtime member of the Grosse Pointe Board of Realtors. Your generous donation will be made in memory of Judy Barker and will help her memory live on through Barker’s service.
Listen to the story of how Army Capt. John Kelly was paired with his service dog Ranger in August 2016. This pairing changed John’s life in a major, positive way and we hope his experience, and the experience of our other recipients, demonstrates the impact these service dogs have on the lives of veterans and others in need.Learn More
Craig, a combat veteran, has had his life transformed by his service dog Foxy. Learn how this Guardian Angel’s pairing kept Craig from giving up and helped him take his life back.Learn More
Guardian Angels Medical Service Dogs, Inc. has paired hundreds of deserving recipients since our beginning in 2010. At Guardian Angels, our recipients become much more -they become friends and extended family. We are thrilled to be able to share some of our recipient stories with you here.
The 4th of July celebrates the freedom and independence that our veterans fight for, but for some of them, the holiday can be a very difficult day. Loud, sudden blasts and explosions that accompany fireworks can cause high anxiety, flashbacks and bring back strong, traumatic memories of war.Thursday June 30, 2022
Whether you are shopping for yourself or are looking for a gift for a loved one, at Guardian Angels, you can enjoy shopping our selection of hoodies, t-shirts, decals, and more! Proceeds from your purchase will go toward training, caring for, housing, etc. our service dogs.
We wish to extend our most sincere and heartfelt gratitude to everyone for their donations of funds, time, equipment, services and support of our program. It is because of your acts of compassion and kindness for your fellow man that we are able to be so successful in our mission of helping others by providing them with our life changing service dogs.