join us for open house!
Register today to visit our facility at an upcoming event!
Join us for an exciting event and tour of our facility! Open House events take place twice each month and provide people across the Greater Charlotte region an opportunity to learn about our organization. When you attend Open House, you'll meet members of our staff, tour our facility, and of course spend time with our puppies! Through these events, we're able to connect with members of our community and grow our dedicated network of support.
We're seeking people looking to advance our work of breeding, nurturing, and donating Labrador Retriever puppies to become service dogs for people in need. If you're passionate about helping veterans, children with special needs, and adults with disabilities, we'd love to see you at Open House!
learn how you can get involved!
Limited Event Capacity
Due to limited parking, each Open House date is open to only 10 registrants. (Up to 4 people traveling in the same vehicle are still counted as 1 registrant.) If you're interested, click below to complete our registration form!
UPCOMING EVENT DATES
Sat. | Feb. 18th | 10am | FULL
Open House events last approximately 1 hour and include an engaging presentation by Charlie Petrizzo, President & Founder of Project 2 Heal. After a successful career spanning nearly 20 years in the financial sector, Charlie and his wife Sandy began the full-time work of breeding, nurturing, and donating Labrador Retriever puppies to become service dogs in 2005.
Following the presentation, visitors will begin a guided tour of the facilities where our trainers nurture newborn puppies using scientifically proven development methods, including our Whelping Room and Puppy Experience Room. Plus, we'll take visitors down to our kennel facility, where we home future mother dogs and Started Service Dogs.
Open House is open to attendees at no cost, but we are seeking individuals who are seriously interested in becoming involved with Project 2 Heal. Attendees should be interested in learning how to make an impact in one or more of the following ways: