Our 2019 National Service Dog Conference will be July 22-25 at DoubleTree Tysons Corner. Sign up for our email newsletter to get updates.

Join The Association of Service Dog Providers for Military Veterans at DoubleTree Tysons Corner for our 2019 Service Dog Conference for service dogs trainers and non-profits. This conference will provide an opportunity for professional development, dialogue with VA leadership and VSOs, best practices sharing, and development.

Association members invite all non-members, collaborative organizations, professional dog trainers, and veteran service professionals looking for a better understanding of the veteran service dog industry. ASDPMV’s National Service Dog Standards which were established in November 2016 and are available for download at www.servicedogs4vets.org. Many networking opportunities available.

Hotel Discount Information: Visit  http://group.doubletree.com/2019ServiceDogConference to reserve your room at our discounted rate or call  Reservations may also be made by calling 1-800-HILTONS for DoubleTree and referencing the code: ASD.

Click HERE to submit a speaker request.

For sponsorship information please email amandabaity@servicedogs4vets.org

The Following Organizations & Businesses will be present at our 2019 Service Dog Conference

Partner Members

*Founding Partner Members
Dog Tag Buddies
Got Your Six Support Dogs
K-9 Caring Angels
K9 Partners for Patriots *
K9s for Warriors *
Labs for Liberty *
Northwest Battle Buddies
Operation Freedom Paws
Patriotic Service Dog Foundation
Paws 4 Liberty *
Semper K9 Assistance Dogs *
This Able Veteran
1Pet1Vet Inc. NFP
American Kennel Club
American Service Dog Access Coalition
American Service Dogs Magazine
AMVETS
Aronson Films
Balance and Service K9s, Inc
Behavior Solutions for Pets
Brothers and sisters in arms dog training
California Service Dog Academy
Canines With a Cause
Clear Path for Veterans
Clear Path for Veterans New England
complete control k9
Continuing the Mission
DAV
Department of Veterans Affairs
Elevate
ForthRight Strategies
Freedom Dogs
Hearts of Gold
Hero Dogs, Inc.
Hero Pups
Hounds for Heroes Service Dogs by The Dog Alliance
John P Mayhugh Foundation
Johns Hopkins University
MITRE
MK9s Service Dogs
Most Fine Canine
Musketeer Canine LLC
Next Step Service Dogs
NIH
NOVE Veterans Association
Patriot K9s of Wisconsin
Patriot PAWS Service Dogs
Paws and Stripes
Paws Assisting Veterans
Paws for Purple Hearts
paws4people inc.
Petco Foundation
Promm Consulting
PTSDogs 4 Vets
Puppy Jake Foundation
RAND Corporation
SAMSHA
San Franciso Medical Center
Semper Fi Fund
Service Dogs Of New Mexico
Service Peace Warriors
Shelter Dogs For Veterans
Sit Means Sit NOVA
Southeastern Guide Dogs
Syn Alia
Tails of Valor Paws of Honor, Inc
Takoda Service Dogs Inc
Tony LaRussa’s Animal Rescue Foundation
Veterans K9 Solutions,Inc.
Walter Reed National Military Medical Center
Wounded Warrior Service Dog Program
 

2019 ASDPMV Service Dog Conference Service Dog Etiquette

Welcome and thank you for attending the 2019 ASDPMV Service Dog Conference. While
attending the conference please be advised that the following service dog etiquette will be
enforced.

Only service dogs are allowed in the conference. Therapy dogs and ESA dogs are not allowed
access to ASDPMV conferences.

You will be asked to remove your service dog from the premises if they:
 Make a mess on the floor
 Bite, bark at or jump on another patron
 Wander away from their owner
 Are disruptive

Etiquette for Interacting with People Using Service Dogs:
 Speak to the person, not the animal.
 Cooing at, whistling at, or otherwise distracting the dog is not appropriate.
 Do not touch the service dog without receiving permission.
 Do not offer food to the service dog.

Service dog public etiquette:
 The dog must always be within 24 inches of the handler unless performing a task that
requires them to be further away.
 Never leave the dog unattended in public or hotel.
 The dog must be properly groomed.
 Make sure your service dog is appropriately positioned under a table and/or out of the
way of foot traffic.
 Make sure your service dog does NOT go nose to nose with other service dogs. Your
service dog must keep its attention on the handler, not other service dogs.


Please CLICK HERE to read a full recap of our 2018 and see photos from American Service Dogs Magazine.

ASDPMV Member Organizations & Service Dogs for Veterans Influencers