Nahla with her AKC Canine Good Citizen Award.

Arizona Alliance TSS - Founder and Manager Mark Fowler - BIO

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"Meritorious Achievement Award"

Wasco County Sheriff Office -

presented April 10th, 1995 to Mark Fowler


Award presented for recognition of Mark's personal contribution as a police dog trainer, and successful implementation of the county's first K-9 patrol dog program.

Law Enforcement Awards:


"Medal of Honor"

State of Oregon Peace Officer Association -​ 

presented May 2nd, 1997 to Mark Fowler


"The OPOA Medal of Honor is awarded to individuals who, while serving in an official capacity with their law enforcement agency, distinguished themselves conspicuously by the performance of a heroic act in excess of normal demands of police service where the person was fully aware of the imminent threat to their own personal safety."

"Nahla" his current medical service dog. 

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During Mark Fowler's early childhood years he made the decision to dedicate his life in the pursuit of helping others be safe and protected from harm. That led Mark to join the US Army at a very young age and continue on in a lifelong career of civilian law enforcement. Mark is an experienced and skilled problem solver with a meticulous eye for attention to details. He is well known as a responsible efficient man of integrity with a strong inner drive that fuels a passion for quality and success. As an instructor he has an ongoing eagerness for learning.


Mark has a long history of being an experienced instructor for Military and law enforcement work. He enjoys training dogs for medical service support, sport competition, advanced obedience, search and rescue tactics. Mark volunteers part of his time helping military veterans with medical service dogs. He is a volunteer service dog team evaluator for

The Foundation for Service Dog Support an Arizona-based 501(c)(3) non-profit organization.


Regardless of cleverness of the mind there will always be ideas that work and ideas that are unfit with certain problem solving issues. Tenacity is one of Mark's greatest virtues.

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