Share Your Support of Canine Companions

Looking to share Canine Companions’ life-changing mission? We have all the tools you need right here.

Your social media posts will help Canine Companions continue to place expertly trained assistance dogs with people with disabilities free of charge!

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How It Works:

  1. Choose one or more of the images.
  2. Copy and paste the suggested caption below the image into the social media platform of your choice.
  3. Add your saved image to the post.
  4. Share your support of Canine Companions.

Hashtag how-to: Hashtags are primarily used on Instagram and Twitter. Below are a few suggested Canine Companions hashtags. Please feel free to add your own or use general hashtags in addition to help your message show up in trending searched hashtags.

Suggested Canine Companions hashtags: #CanineCompanions #LeadWithIndependence #WeAreIndependence #CanineVolunteer #CaninePuppy #CaninePuppyRaiser #CanineGraduate

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A red background full of hearts with the text Help make life-changing love connections! and the image of a pair of glasses with heart shaped lenses with the image of a woman and a yellow lab in each

❤️Help Make More Love Connections: canine.org/caninelove ❤️

“Couldn’t imagine anyone but you.” ~Rosemary with Service Dog Dom
Be a cupid and shoot an arrow. Donate to Canine Companions to unite more people with disabilities with their very own, loving #servicedogs – provided to them at NO COST. 
#canineloveconnection #fundraising #LeadWithIndependence

A red background full of hearts with the text Help make life-changing love connections! and the image of a pair of glasses with heart shaped lenses with the images of puppies in each
❤️Help Make More Love Connections: canine.org/caninelove ❤️

Each Canine Companions #puppy is born and cared for, so that one day, they can become a #servicedog to provide a lifetime of love and enhanced independence to a person with disabilities. 
#canineloveconnection #fundraising #LeadWithIndependence
Graduate with her service dog
Canine Companions service dogs help our graduates lead lives with greater independence, confidence – and joy! Learn more at canine.org.
four dogs in yellow puppy capes and mortar boards pose in front of a building

Canine Companions graduation ceremonies honor people with disabilities placed with expertly trained service dogs nationwide. This celebration marks the end of a service dog’s professional training and the beginning of a partnership between a human and a canine that will provide endless service and companionship. To watch ceremonies and learn more, visit canine.org/graduation.

Canine Companions puppy seating next to a wheel chair
Each Canine Companions puppy is a service dog in the making, working to become a life-changing partner to a person with a disability. Learn more at canine.org.
Service dog next to puppy in training

Volunteers make Canine Companions’ life-changing mission possible. Join our national community at canine.org/volunteer

Service dog picking up keys
The Hot Cars Act has been signed into law! Auto companies will soon begin protecting service dogs, pets and kids left behind in hot vehicles with sensors and alerts. Thank you, Canine Companions for leading on this issue! #leadwithindependence #victory
disable kid with her service dog next to her
The human-canine bond is powerful, and Canine Companions is leading the way to provide more service dogs to children, adults and veterans with disabilities.

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