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About US


Advocates for Service Animal Partners (ASAP) is the only organization dedicated exclusively to supporting, enhancing, and protecting the civil rights of disabled individuals who use service animals to mitigate their disability and live full, productive, and independent lives. ASAP is a nationwide network of volunteer service animal advocates. Our goal is to encourage, educate, and support service animal handlers through printed and electronic publications, informational webinars, recorded educational materials, and direct advocacy support, intervention, and mediation.

In support of this mission, we also work to educate employers, governmental entities, private companies, housing accommodations, and the airline industry about the rights, responsibilities, and limitations of access under state and federal law. For more information, please contact

Marion Gwizdala, President
Advocates for Service Animal Partners Inc.

For general information about service animals or for other administrative needs, please call our office during business hours of 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Eastern, Monday-Friday 386-ASAP411 (386-272-7411)