Watch as fifty-eight service dogs and facility dogs graduate from training February 9, paired to provide greater independence to people with disabilities.
CARY, NC – Margot Bennett, a dedicated volunteer puppy raiser for Canine Companions, is setting up a fund in honor of her late service dog in training, Apex. Apex, a yellow lab golden cross, tragically passed away at only five months of age on November 22, 2023.
National campaign addresses urgent need for more volunteer puppy raisers
Canine Companions new Puget Sound Field Office in Seattle welcomes its first graduating class of service dog and facility dog teams.
Governor Glenn Youngkin and First Lady Suzanne S. Youngkin donated a portion of the Governor’s salary to Canine Companions, an organization that pairs service dogs with people and facilities to support independent and healthy living.
For senior journalism major Noah Griffith, his 2-year-old Black Labrador-Golden Retriever mix Schooner is a boost on both the physical and social fronts.
Brian Bard of Seaford was recently matched with Canine Companions service dog Radcliff. “Radcliff is happy to be with me and he’s happy to work! “
Cities, counties and states are officially proclaiming September as National Service Dog Month, championing service dog rights. Read more!
Kathy Schneider finds help for post-traumatic stress disorder in the form of a service dog named Dakota.
On Friday, August 11, 2023, more Labrador and Golden Retriever crosses will graduate to start their destined careers as service dogs. Graduation ceremonies are held at each of our six regions across the country – in California, Florida, New York, Ohio and Texas.