Retrieving Freedom depends on your support to help us train and place these dogs to allow a new degree of independence in the lives of our recipients. Here’s how you can help us continue our mission of helping others.Ways to donate Service Dogs Volunteer!
RFI's Success Stories
By Matthew Miller
Growing up my favorite color was camouflage, to my mother’s dismay. Compromises were made; for school pictures I was allowed to wear camo pants,...
After 37 years of living with Type 1 Diabetes, I developed hyperglycemia unawareness (being unaware of low blood sugars). Incidents happened due to low blood sugar and...
- Posted: Oct 15
A Pic is Worth a 1000 Tweets!
Service dog "Annie" was placed with Air Force Veteran Josh Ray on Oct 1st, 2016. Since her placement Annie and ...
- Posted: Sep 18
Arkansas State Lambda Chi Chapter Raises ...
Thanks to the Iota-Theta Zeta of Lambda Chi Alpha at Arkansas State University, army veteran David Hudson will ...
- Posted: Sep 14
Thank You Rydell Chevrolet
For the past three years, Rydell Chevrolet, has sponsored RFI in their annual car show. All of the proceeds ...
- Nov 25
81st Annual Wings Over The Prairie Festival
Come see the dogs of RFI November 25th& 26th on Main Street downtown Stuttgart! Home of the World's Championship ...
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Where Some See Limitations,
We Bring Opportunities
Our goal at Retrieving Freedom is to place and match completely trained assistance dogs with a level of commitment to recipients that is second to none! As strong as our desire is to train the best service dogs, that’s only one component. The other part comes from the connection between the dog and the recipient.Get to Know Retrieving Freedom