Guests who book a stay at any Red Roof location in February receive a discount, and a portion of revenue from their stay benefits Canine Companions
Start planning your February travels with Red Roof and help Canine Companions! Reservations made on this special webpage* between February 1 and February 28 will donate 5% to support the Canine Companions mission. That’s not all – you will also receive a 15% discount…
As chants of “Duuuval” reverberated around TIAA field, Canine Companions future service dog in training Duval, was suited up and cheering on the team.
In 2022, News 6 was at the Southeast Region capturing the bittersweet moment for Haley Coomes and her husband, Jamie, as they turned over Floranne’s leash to Canine Companions for professional training.
Makenzie McGuire has been profoundly deaf her whole life, using cochlear implants and lip reading to communicate with the world around her. While able to rely on these tools, she still wasn’t fully independent.
Service Dog Oscar was partnered with Sean in 2022, free of charge, and he would be key to bringing Sean and his family companionship and help.
Living with a traumatic brain injury, Londen spends more time than most children in a hospital setting. He received Service Dog Numa, just in time for Christmas in 2020.
Investigator Janet Era uses Bear’s trained tasks to help children open up during interviews by applying deep, calming pressure, doing puzzles and playing games.
Meet the service dogs who can switch on lights and open doors in this video story from CNN.
This white paper examines the impact of poorly trained dogs in public places on task-trained service dogs. Canine Companions spearheaded the collection of data from service dog users whose dogs were trained by Assistance Dogs International (ADI)-accredited training programs.