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WHAT WE DO

SERVICE DOG FUNDING

Imagine having a dog that could pick up dropped keys, open a door, alert you to an impending physical or emotional health crisis. The Roverchase Foundation is a 501(c)3 nonprofit that connects service dogs with families who cannot financially afford one.

ADOPTABLE DOG TRAINING

Hundreds of dogs across Birmingham are waiting to find forever families. The Roverchase Foundation partners with well-respected, local 501(c)3 canine rescues to provide scientifically sound, force-free behavior modification to homeless dogs so that they will be more quickly and easily adopted into loving homes.

COMMUNITY OUTREACH

The Roverchase Foundation educates the general public about dogs and the science behind the amazing bond between dogs and humans. The Foundation also supports organizations who share the same passion.

GET INVOLVED

DONATE

When you support the Roverchase Foundation, the lives of both humans and dogs are forever changed. All donations are tax-deductible.

VOLUNTEER

We have several opportunities for you to impact the community through one of our volunteer programs – Roverchase Raisers, Puppy Pals, and Puppy Promoters.

APPLY

If you’re interested in receiving a Roverchase Foundation service dog, please click here to apply.

WHAT MAKES US SPECIAL

OUR TRAINING TEAM

Roverchase is home to the largest group of Certified Trainers in the state of Alabama.  This ensures that our service dog program is utilizing the latest proven, science-based, models of behavior modification and training available in our industry.  We produce resilient, affectionate, and talented dogs with consistency and accuracy.

Abigail, the founder of Roverchase LLC., is the most certified animal behavior consultant in the state of Alabama and she is one of the most certified trainers in the country.  Abigail began training service dogs in 2005 and founded the Roverchase Service Dog Program in 2014.

COMMUNITY-FOCUSED

Roverchase is dedicated to serving the Greater Birmingham Area as its first priority.  We are involved in many community education events and support several non-profit groups dedicated to the welfare of animals and people in the greater Birmingham area. Our 501(c)3 status means that our focus is not on making profits but instead on serving our community. Plus, this also means your donations are tax-deductible.