Hill's Pet Nutrition (Science Diet): A major corporate sponsor since 1994. Hill's Pet Nutrition has teamed with KSDS and created a feeding program for puppy raisers and KSDS graduates. Food is provided at no cost for dogs in training and at minimal monthly cost for graduate assistance dogs
Fort Dodge: Provides free vaccines for KSDS, Inc. puppies and dogs in training.
Kansas Lions Clubs: Provide scholarships to help offset the motel and meal costs incurred by new KSDS dog teams while the students attend class with their future assistance dogs in Washington, Kansas as part of the placement process. Some members also make presentations to other Lions Clubs and organizations about KSDS.
Kansas State University: The College of Veterinary Medicine plays a critical role in the health care of the assistance dogs. KSU veterinary students have the opporunity to work with KSDS assistance dogs in training to practice their clinicals. KSU provides a certain number of Orthopedic Foundation for Animals tests for KSDS.
Merial: Provides Heartgard at no cost to puppy raisers and graduates.Heartgard, when taken on a regular monthly basis, protects dogs agains heartworms, apotentially deadly disease.
Intervet: Donates vaccinations for our canines while they are in the CHU.
Bayer Animal Health: Donates flea and tick medication for the dogs in the CHU.
Novartis Animal Health: Donates heartworm and Sentinel medication.