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OUR PROGRAMS

We serve our community so the dogs we breed, nurture, and train can one day serve people in need.

While our partners organizations are located across the country, our programs often make an impact directly on our community of Waxhaw, NC, as well as surrounding areas. One hundred percent of revenue received from the services listed below directly funds our work of ensuring veterans, children with special needs, and adults with disabilities can receive a service dog from one of our partner organizations.

MAKING A LOCAL IMPACT TO HELP
SOLVE NATIONAL PROBLEMS.

LEARN MORE ABOUT EACH
OF OUR PROGRAMS:

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PURPOSE-BRED

LABRADOR LITTER

We breed, nurture, and donate Labrador Retriever puppies to make service dogs more accessible to people in need.

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CORPORATE PUPPY VISITS

Have your employees been doing a good job for you? Have they been working extra hard? 

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ASSISTED THERAPY

Our canine assisted therapy program utilizes either young puppies, or young adult dogs to incorporate physical...

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Trainer sessions

Participants will learn all there is to know from starting a pup 4 weeks of age to finishing an adult dog.

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Puppy Parties

We invite you and your little ones to enjoy an unforgettable experience with our puppies!

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STARTED SERVICE DOGS

First, choosing the right pup for service work is an extremely difficult task even for professionals...

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Chaperone Program

Help provide service dogs to people in need by providing a home for one of our mother dogs!

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SCHOOL OUTREACH

We love visiting EC classrooms, where the dogs may motivate students to speak, complete academic classwork...

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pups 4 a purpose

Project 2 Heal is proud to create this annual, memorial award that will provide a service or skilled companion dog to a person in need in the greater Charlotte area in Daryl's memory.