We teach people with disabilities how to run a team of sled dogs, helping them discover new forms of mobility and independence, while accessing remote areas of the backcountry.
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We teach people experiencing a disability how to run a team of sled dogs.
We have adaptive equipment that can accommodate most any ability, including paralysis, cerebral palsy, Down syndrome and autism.
Our staff and volunteers are experienced dog mushers trained to work with people experiencing disabilities.
OUR PROGRAMS AND SERVICES
Mushing School: This is our core mission. Anyone with a disability can use our team and our equipment to learn how to dog mush.
Golden Heart Sled Dog Race: We are hosing the first-ever sled dog race for people with disabilities in March 2015.
Make-a-Wish: We offer our services to "Make-a-Wish" at no cost. We even help with travel and lodging logistics.
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OUR MISSION/PURPOSE STATEMENT
Noble Paws provides dog sled training and services for persons experiencing disabilities and at-risk behaviors. This service includes the use of a trained dog sled team and adaptive dog sleds. The sleds are modified and/or custom made to accommodate the specific needs of the participants.
The ultimate goal of Noble Paws is to enable participants to discover new forms of mobility, independence and self-reliance.
ARE WE A NONPROFIT?
Yes. We are a registered nonprofit in the state of Alaska and a federally recognized 501.c.3.
WHERE WE ARE LOCATED
DO WE HAVE A WEBSITE?
You betcha, just visit: NoblePawsAlaska.org
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