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Events

Dog-N-Jog

March 24th, 2019
Veterinary Health Center at Kansas State University
1800 Denison Ave. Manhattan, KS

Bring the whole family out to this event, even the dog!  Run/walk in one of the races and participate in the raffle and silent auction.  This event is put on by the third year vet students and benefits KSDS!

More information coming soon, including registration.


 

Spring Graduation

April 13th (Saturday) at 11:00 a.m.
KSDS Training Building (702 D street Washington, KS)
Lunch is provided for everyone following the ceremony.

All are invited to see first hand how independence is gained, hope is given for the future and so many lives are touched through the work of an assistance dog.

Pups Days

April 27, 2019

This event is for KSDS puppy raisers.  Socialize your puppy in training, work on obedience, public manners and anything else you wish.  This is a good way to meet fellow puppy raisers as well as stay in touch with litter mates!


Summer Graduation

June 15th (Saturday) at 11:00 a.m.
KSDS Training Building (702 D street Washington, KS)
Lunch is provided for everyone following the ceremony.

All are invited to see first hand how independence is gained, hope is given for the future and so many lives are touched through the work of an assistance dog.

Graduate Retreat

July 15th-17th
This event is specifically for KSDS graduates.  Come one day or all three, whatever works for you!  Fine tune obedience, skills and other issues needing attention.

 


Kansas State Fair

September 6th-15th

Come visit our booth in the air conditioned Pride of Kansas building!  Learn more about the Kansas State Fair.


Fall Graduation

October 5th (Saturday) at 11:00 a.m.
KSDS Training Building (702 D street Washington, KS)
Lunch is provided for everyone following the ceremony.

All are invited to see first hand how independence is gained, hope is given for the future and so many lives are touched through the work of an assistance dog.