By the time they graduate from EENP's training program, each dog will have logged an average of over 1,000 hours in public settings.
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People with mobility impairments experience many physical barriers that reduce or eliminate their ability to live independently and take part in mainstream society.

The Eyes Ears Nose and Paws (EENP) Service Dog program provides trained dogs to assist individuals with mobility impairments. Some require assistance with every aspect of personal care and daily living while others simply have difficulty navigating spaces that are not designed for access.

Service Dog partnerships encourage independence which offers more opportunities, dignity, and privacy for people with mobility impairments. When the dogs partner with EENP's clients, they become a team that can adapt to new situations that enable them to live more independently and lead more productive lives.

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