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There are 500,000 active service dogs in the United States. 

Many more people need them.

Let’s fix that.

Our Mission

To inspire human acts of service by celebrating service dogs

Our Cause

From veterans to civilians, millions of Americans are in need of service dogs to help with Autism assistance, auditory needs, diabetic alerting, seizure response, guide assistance, allergy detection, mobility assistance, PTSD care, and more. Unfortunately, training of just one service dog costs an average of $26,000 USD. We aim to bridge the gap between Americans in need of service dogs and the ability to afford them. 

Our Belief

While most service dog charities do a heroic job fundraising with limited financial and human resources, lack of expertise in the areas of marketing and technology limit the reach of their compelling message beyond their local community.  We believe that celebrating service dogs contributions and their positive impact to society in a centralized way will elevate awareness and understanding of these animals and accelerate philanthropy to the service dog ecosystem.

Our Approach

We work with service dog training organizations and charities to collect stories about the dogs, the trainers and the families and then use social media and marketing technology to retell those stories on a national level.  As awareness grows, visitors to our site can then donate on a local or national level to the canine causes that mean the most to them.  We believe this approach will increase the overall contributions to service dog charities by an order of magnitude.

Our Status

A team of four officially launched Sabisu in 2021.  We are in the early stages of forming our partner network and activating our marketing presence.  If you are interested in what we are doing, please sign up below to be kept informed of our progress on this worthwhile mission.

Contact Sabisu

If you would like to learn more about what Sabisu please feel free to reach out to us.

Sabisu wants to help service dog organizations support and train more dogs for those in need.

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