Canine Companions for Independence hosted another record-breaking HAUTE DOG | LA event on Sunday, October 20. The event raised more than $350,000 for the non-profit, which provides expertly trained assistance dogs for people with disabilities.
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Canine Companions and BraunAbility, the world’s leading manufacturer of mobility transportation solutions, are committed to championing independence for people with mobility disabilities by creating a more inclusive and accessible world. This new platform, called Drive for Inclusion, unites those with mobility challenges and tackles one of the biggest issues they face daily—abuse of accessible parking.
The Canine Companions for Independence service dogs in training are now allowed on the Texas Tech University campus.
Throughout her life, Sylvia who has muscular dystrophy, has relied on her parents to assist her with day-to-day tasks. Sylvia has never let her disability put a limit on her success. Click here to read what amazing accomplishments she’s had and what’s next!
ABC Fine Wine & Spirits and Tito’s Handmake Vodka Partner to Support Canine Companions for Independence®
If you are in the market for some good vodka then head to an ABC Fine Wine & Spirits store in Florida and purchase Tito’s Handmade Vodka. $1 will be donated to Canine Companions for Independence for every bottle sold.
Canine Companions’ CEO Paige Mazzoni’s appointment to the Air Carrier Access Act Advisory Committee is a significant step forward for the organization’s advocacy goals. With ongoing advocacy efforts to protect access and independence for Canine Companions graduate teams as well as other service dog users, this appointment will ensure we have a voice for all service dog users.
In this digital age, the internet is making it easier for people to falsely and illegally register their pets as service animals.
That also makes it harder on people who actually need them.