View a selection of Canine Companions’ stories, PSAs and other overview videos.
Will Gibney, at 17, has written a book about the dog that changed his life.
“Toshi is my service dog,” says Will in this week’s Enterprise podcast. “He means so much to me because for years he’s been by my side.”
When the coronavirus pandemic made transporting future service dogs on commercial flights increasingly difficult, Canine Companions looked to private pilots for help and they stepped up in a big way, allowing the mission to continue in a difficult year.
Canine Companions Facility Dog Rumba joins South Bay children’s therapy clinic.
It’s been a year and a half since Chevy Chase Village Life magazine wrote about Neo, the Canine Companions for Independence dog being trained by Village residents Frank Curtis and Melissa Skolfield, and we thought it was high time we check in with his progress.
Thanks to National Express, things just got a little easier for people with disabilities training to get a life-changing Canine Companions service dog – and the professional trainers responsible for teaching these task-trained service dogs.
Sacramento siblings raise over $10k for Canine Companions
Big changes for passengers flying with service and emotional support animals will go into effect at the end of December after the Department of Transportation released updated rules for the Air Carrier Access Act (ACAA).