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Help a Vet


​About Us

U.S. Kennels Incorporated is a 501(c3) non-profit organization. Our mission is to provide service dogs for disabled Veterans at no cost. All of the veterans we help suffer from a variety of service-related disabilities. Our program delivers support to our veterans while saving the lives of shelter dogs awaiting a second chance at life. The lives of these veterans are immensely improved through the healing power and proven benefits provided by their new K-9 partner.

Every Veteran will be assisted in finding a dog that fits their specific disability and personality. The dog will then be rescued, rehabilitated, and trained in advanced obedience and advanced medical tasks. To better support our Veterans, U.S. Kennels Inc. provides a safe and inviting environment for Veterans to network with other service members that can relate to the everyday challenges that they face. In addition, we offer a variety of other free services such as grooming, veterinarian assistance, and all essentials needed for a happy healthy team. Our program is created in a way that everyone wins, and multiple lives are saved.

What Our Veterans need:
  • Dog 6' Leashes (leather or nylon)

  • Blankets

  • Dog Toys

  • Book Bags

  • Baby Wipes (plain)

  • Dog bowls

  • Dog treats (natural balance training treats)

  • Poop Bags

  • Poop Bag carrier

  • Training collars

  • Folders (for important paperwork)

What Our Facility needs:
  • Dog service vest (all sizes)

  • Towels

  • Cleaning Supplies

  • Blankets

  • Painter to help finish painting U.S. Kennels Inc.

  • Velcro patches (i.e. service dog, service dogs in training, etc)

U.S. Kennels Incorporated is a 501(c3) non-profit organization. We provide trained service dogs, as well as supplies to our combat wounded veterans and first responders  who suffered Post traumatic stress disorder, Traumatic brain injuries and affiliated physical disabilities. Our program is available to deliver free support to our veterans while at the same time saving of shelter dogs waiting for someone to give them another chance at life. Every veteran will be helped to find a dog which fits their personality and disability. That dog will be rescued, rehabilitated, trained in advanced obedience, and advanced medical tasks. Our program is created in such a way that everyone wins and multiple lives are saved. Veteran's and first responders  lives will greatly improve with the medical assistance and by the healing power of their new canine partner.

926 Snow Hill Road, Salisbury, MD, USA, 21804      Tel: 410-572-4328          E-mail:

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