Hawaii Fi-Do Service Dogs is a small 501(c)3 non profit corporation built with volunteers from the ground up. We are the only Certified Training Center on the island of Oahu, Hawaii and in 2008 were Internationally Accredited under ADI Assistance Dogs International.

Our vision and mission is dedicated to breed, raise and successfully train assistance dogs to provide physical, medical and therapeutic support for people who face the daily challenges of life with a disability other than blindness.


Yelp Helps Good Karma Ball

We got invited to participate in Yelp’s Good Karma Ball. It was held on October 29th from 7-9pm at the Bishop Museum, devoted to connecting 15 non-profits with potential volunteers. If you’re not familiar with Yelp, it’s a user-review website that connects people with great local businesses – among them, local non-profits. It took a […]

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Support Hawaii Fi-Do Service Dogs during International Assistance Dog Week

In honor of International Assistance Dog Week, two local companies will be donating a portion of their sales during August 4 to 10 to Hawaii Fi-Do Service Dogs. A long time Hawaii Fi-Do volunteer service dog trainer and puppy raiser Linda Nagamine has invented a very handy key holder called Keys’ Best Friend. During this […]

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