Flying Free 501(c)3 non-profit
Supported by donations, Flying Free 501(c)3 provides safe sanctuary for therapeutic horses and dogs.
Therapeutic service animals are used for disadvantaged youth, pre-adults and adults in a safe, controlled, therapeutic setting or for in-home placement with specialized, needs-based training.
Flying Free 501(c)3 is one of a very few non-profits that provides service dogs at no cost to veterans, children and people battling lifetime disabilities such as autism, type 1 diabetes, orthopedic injuries and cancer.
We are proud to announce the most recent placements:
Top, a gorgeous black lab male raised at the Flying Free, placed with Nick Babcock (MSgt. USMC Ret.), a combat veteran who served multiple tours in both Iraq and Afghanistan. "Top" is a term of endearment that is unique to Marine Corps Master Serveants (MSgt). Congratulations Nick and Top!
Loco, an energetic yellow lab, has been placed with a Colorado Search & Rescue agency and is advancing quickly toward completion of his training to serve in times of emergency to help find people, including FEMA rescues.
Maverick, another black lab raised at the Flying Free, is in glucose detection training for a 9 year old boy with type 1 diabetes.
Thank you to the donors who commit their time, resources and finances to help Flying Free help others! All donations are tax deductible and much appreciated.
"People helping people. Animals helping people."
Special thanks to Jamie Kotschwar DVM, BeLynn Meredith Johner
RL Pennock Inc and Alice J. Pennock