Canine Companions Celebrates National Puppy Day All Week Long with Live Puppy Cam 

Tune in to watch seven-week-old future service dogs and sponsor them on their important journeys.

three sleeping Canine Companions puppiesCanine Companions, a national non-profit dedicated to providing service dogs to individuals with disabilities, invites you to join the celebration of National Puppy Day on March 23 with a week-long live puppy cam featuring seven-week-old future service dogs.

Experience heartwarming moments as the live cam streams daily from March 18 to March 23, offering viewers 14 hours of continuous puppy joy each day, from 6 a.m. to 8 p.m. PT / 8 a.m. to 10 p.m. CT / 9 a.m. to 11 p.m. ET, at

Engage directly with these adorable pups during interactive live sessions, where special guests will share insights into their journey to become service dogs and how you can support the crucial role they’ll play in enhancing independence and confidence for children, adults, and veterans with disabilities.

Canine Companions puppies are destined to do great things – and this is just the beginning. For the next two years, these puppies will be raised and expertly trained to help provide enhanced independence and confidence to children, adults and veterans with disabilities at no cost.

You can be a part of this journey by sponsoring one of these promising puppies featured on the live cam. Sponsors will receive a sponsorship kit with personalized memorabilia and enjoy regular updates, including adorable photos showcasing the sponsored puppy’s progress over the next two years.

Make a lasting impact by supporting the puppies of today at, and witness their transformation into the heroes of tomorrow!

Our station partner NBC4 in Columbus is highlighting the Canine Companions puppy cam throughout the week in preparation for them to receive their next Canine Companions puppy. The next NBC4 Puppy With a Purpose will make his big debut during the morning newscast on Friday, April 12. Click here to see more.*

About Canine Companions:

Canine Companions is leading the service dog industry so our clients and their dogs can live with greater independence. Canine Companions provides service dogs to adults, children and veterans with disabilities and facility dogs to professionals working in healthcare, criminal justice and educational settings at no cost to clients. Established in 1975, Canine Companions has six regions across the country serving all 50 states. Learn more at

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