Become an America's VetDogs Patriot and set up a recurring gift that will change the lives of veterans with disabilities.

Your generous, tax-deductible donations help America's VetDogs train and provide specialized assistance dogs and a lifetime of aftercare support to disabled veterans and active service members at absolutely no charge to them.

America's VetDogs Patriots are special supporters who make recurring monthly gifts to VetDogs.  When you become a VetDogs Patriot by using our secure online form, you are authorizing us to make monthly credit card charges for the number of payments you specify.  Your initial gift is processed the day you sign up, and your monthly pledge is automatically billed to your credit card on the same day each month.

Please provide your contact and payment information.  The contact information is required to generate a tax receipt. The electronic tax receipt will be sent to the email address that you provide. 

As a member of the Patriots Club, you'll know your gift always makes a difference, and with monthly giving, there are fewer administrative costs – meaning more of your gift goes directly toward training our dogs and supporting the veterans you care about. 

You can change your monthly giving at any time by contacting us at Info@VetDogs.org. At the end of the year, you will receive an annual statement to assist in your tax preparation. 

This is a secure site and the information you provide will remain with us.  America's VetDogs adheres to the highest standards of donor confidentiality. 

Thank you for choosing to become an America's VetDogs Patriot. Your support allows veterans with disabilities to live without boundaries.

Here's a short list of how your contributions help us:


$25 provides a handler with an assistance dog leash

$50 feeds one assistance dog for two months

$75 provides a one year supply of heartworm preventative

$100 goes towards vaccinations

$250 supplies a handler with specialized assistance dog equipment

$500 goes towards travel expenses for incoming students