Miracle Assistance Dogs has closed its offices now until October 18. At that time we will reopen in a limited capacity until December 12 where at that time we will then be permanently closed. Thank you to everyone that has been a part of our journey.
Miracle Assistance Dogs
To enrich the lives of those living with disability through the training of highly skilled and reliable Assistance Dogs, and by being a leader in our field.
Our vision is to empower people living with disability to gain independence and live more fulfilling lives by providing highly trained Assistance Dogs and developing community participation.
Miracle Assistance Dogs (MAD) has a vision to empower people living with disability to gain independence and live more fulfilling lives by providing highly trained assistance dogs and developing community participation.
Sensing seizures is all in a day’s work for 14-month-old labrador Echo. After a sweat and saliva test to check compatibility, Newcastle woman Cassie was matched with Echo when the pup was just eight weeks old.
They’re not called Miracle Assistance Dogs for no reasons. This team of volunteer dog trainers are changing lives as they guide pooches from all walks of life to be the best mental health support for their humans.