Sharon’s journey with Canine Companions started with a single dog bone and a letter her mom placed under their Christmas tree in the mid-1990s. Even after 25 years, she still hasn’t forgotten that life-changing day. Currently with her fourth service dog, Roman, by her side, Sharon is empowered and independent. Click here to read her full story.
Help spread the word! Join us tomorrow, September 9, for Grassroots Advocacy 101, a webinar about the importance of grassroots advocacy and how you can strengthen Canine Companions’ voice. Learn how to advocate and educate your legislators about task-trained service dogs. Click here to register now.
President Biden signed into law the Puppies Assisting Wounded Servicemembers (PAWS) for Veterans Therapy Act. This law allows the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) to provide service dogs and provisions for their care to assist veterans with PTSD. Click here to read more.
In honor of National Service Dog Month, Eukanuba needs your help naming a puppy in the K litter! Meet the puppy via social media, submit and vote for a name, and take in all the puppy love. Click here to learn about our partnership with Eukanuba.
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Local Pup Honored for Courtroom Support During International Dog Assistance Week.*
Big Al From Good Day Sacramento Visits a Breeder Caretaker’s Home in Carmichael, CA.*
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