Honoring all the men and women who have bravely served our country. Thank you for your service.
Support construction of the SBF Training Center through the Paver Fundraising Project. Purchasing a paver will provide much needed funding and your personalized paver will become a permanent feature on SBF’s walkways and patios.
Architect drawings and more information about the Training Center.
SBF proudly announces over 100 graduates have successfully completed our service dog training program. Congratulations to the 16 teams that recently graduated bringing our total graduate count to 112.
It is now easier than ever to support Soldier’s Best Friend by purchasing items needed through our Amazon Wishlist. Simply click on the link, select an item from our list and the gift will come straight to us. Thank you!
SBF wants to acknowledge the generous support of the Petco Foundation through their Helping Heroes campaign in partnership with Natural Balance. Funding received will support in-training veteran/dog teams as they work toward achieving service dog status.
Congratulations and thank you to everyone who helped reach the $10,000 goal set for the SPC Frank W. Ball Memorial Sponsorship. The family wants to continue this effort by resetting the goal to $12,500 to support another veteran/dog team. For more information or to make a contribution go to the Donate button at the top of the webpage and choose In Honor of SPC Frank W. Ball.
SBF is honored to be chosen for the Wells Fargo “Days of Giving” campaign launching the end of August.
Thank you to everyone who came by to see us in Prescott on Saturday, June 6, at the Woof Down Lunch in Prescott Courthouse Square. We appreciate the support!
Thanks to everyone who came by our booth at the Phoenix Pet Expo at WestWorld in Scottsdale. We appreciate all the support from those who gave donations, purchased shirts and hats and shared encouraging words.
A huge thank you to all the sponsors, participants, volunteers and supporters who made this year’s Sporting Clay event a success. We had 104 registered participants this year who came out to enjoy Saturday morning at Ben Avery Clay Target Center in support of Soldier’s Best Friend. Many of our sponsors were there. Thanks to Channel 3 for the live interview on their Sunday morning show to promote the event in advance and to KTAR for their coverage the day of the event. Special thanks to those who provided onsite support with tents, water, ice, plaques and t-shirts. We are very appreciative of everyone who had a part in making this year’s clay event the best one so far.