KISS was created to address the needs of shelter/rescue organizations who house disabled dogs, serving as the single focal point to a team of resources which specialize in care management of disabled dogs.

KISS offers five areas of support:

  1. Financial
  2. Clinical
  3. Behavioral
  4. Educational
  5. Promotional


Goals & Objectives

In assisting the shelter/rescue organizations:

Reduce the number of disabled dogs in shelter/rescue organization foster care Reduce care management costs pertaining to disabled dogs Providing a means to redirect shelter/rescue organization care management costs to adoption programs Reduce employee stress by delivering care management training & education   In educating the general public, current owners/guardians, or those who wish to adopt:

Reduce the number of pets being surrendered due to care related conditions Provide a single point of reference for care management information & resources Raise awareness of canine disabilities and their management requirements