Casting People in SoCal With Disabilities Who Would Love To Have A Service Dog

11/29/2016

Rescue Dogs to Super Dogs 

A production company is now casting people in the Los Angeles area who believe a service dog will greatly enrich their lives.

The new docu-series will train abandoned dogs to turn them into super pets that are able to help their owners.

Rescue Dogs to Super Dogs will pair homeless dogs with folks who face physical, psychological or neurological challenges or conditions. With the help of dog training experts, these dogs will not only find a new home, but a new purpose as well.

Casting SoCal Area:

Do you know someone with a disability that can benefit from the help of a services dog? Have you wanted a service dog but had difficulties finding the right dog and trainer? Do you believe a service dog can improve your life? If so We want You!

We are now casting for a new reality docu-series looking for people who struggle with challenging #physical, psychological, or neurological conditions to pair with homeless #dogs.

If you or a family member is interested please email us at
iwantaservicedogcasting@gmail.com with your name, city you live and tell us how a dog could change your life!

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2 thoughts on “Casting People in SoCal With Disabilities Who Would Love To Have A Service Dog

  1. Melissa Mitchell

    I don’t know if this is still going on and what the requirements are, but we just rescued a dog from the San Bernardino pound and All Paws K9 rescue to be trained as a service dog for our 11 year old daughter. Our daughter’s been diagnosed with anxiety, depression and PTSD because she was born with severe congenital heart defects, GI disorders and suffers from growth hormone related issues. She was just diagnosed with liver dysfunction. All her doctors agree she would benefit greatly from a service companion dog. She’s only had the dog a week (and it’s not trained yet) and she’s already experienced less stomach and liver pain. it’s a true miracle. My son and myself also have congenital heart defects. all three of us are hospitalized regularly. My daughter suffers the most. She’s tiny – barely 50 lbs at eleven years old, takes medication all day, every day, and is now on medical leave from school. She needs to have this service dog and we are starting a fundraising campaign to hire the trainers. It would be super cool to document her journey.

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  2. Lisbeth Levitt

    I want to be apart of this because I love dogs!

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