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  • Ava and Oliver

    Ava has spina bifida and Oliver helps her in many ways including supporting her while she stands and walks.

  • Tucker and Kendon

    During Tucker’s 10 year career as a full time Facility Dog at Kapi‘olani Medical Center he helped thousands of children and their families through a very difficult time.

  • Emma Pulling Chair

    Service Dog Emma helps her partner Rich to enjoy water sports like surfing and kayaking.

  • ADH Puppies

    ADH puppies come from many generations of Guide and Service Dogs specifically bred to assist people in need.

  • martin and dudley

    Service Dog Dudley also acts as a lifeguard!

ADH Program Video

Meet Hospital Facility Dog Angel & Rehab Hospital of the Pacific, Courthouse Dog Pono & The Honolulu Prosecutor’s Office, and Summer Kozai & Service Dog Trooper.

Valentine’s Benefit

Please join us at our 9th annual Valentine’s Benefit on Saturday, February 11th at the beautiful Four Seasons Resort in Wailea!

Planned Giving

We offer a variety of gift options that will help leave a lasting impact on the community, while allowing you and your family to meet your philanthropic goals.

 

News

Ben Parker Elementary School Presentation

Ben Parker Elementary School Presentation

Mahalo to ADH Graduate Brian and Service Dog Zeus for joining us at Ben Parker Elementary school this month! Brian and Zeus have been a dynamic duo for eight years. This month they helped teach ILC students about Assistance Dogs and the...
Welcome Back Dr. Cate Dorr!

Welcome Back Dr. Cate Dorr!

We are delighted to welcome back Cate Dorr, who was our first intern from 2007-2009. Cate has since finished her Master's and Doctorate in Occupational Therapy. She also helped to start a facility dog program with her dog Ford at...

Upcoming Events

Feb
21

Therapy Visit to Hale Makua

Therapy teams visit with residents of Hale Makua every month to improve the quality of their lives through positive canine-human interaction.