In a matter of weeks, service dog in training Roberto will make his first appearance on KDKA TV’s Pittsburgh Today Live.
Canine Companions Awarded $15,000 on Behalf of Musician Joe Walsh, VetsAid Music Festival
Canine Companions was chosen as a beneficiary of the annual VetsAid concert in November.
Nebraska Volunteer Chapter
The Nebraska Volunteer Chapter is the newest addition to the growing list of Canine Companions volunteer chapters in the North Central Region. Our chapter encompasses the entire state of Nebraska.
Here’s How the Kansas City Chiefs Highlighted Canine Companions During Sunday’s Game
Chiefs defensive end George Karlaftis chose to support Canine Companions for this year’s My Cause My Cleats game. Read more!
Kansas City Chiefs Player To Represent Canine Companions During Sunday’s Game Against Bengals
Kansas City Chiefs defensive end George Karlaftis will be repping Canine Companions blue and yellow when he takes on the Cincinnati Bengals this upcoming Sunday. Karlaftis is one of hundreds of NFL players participating in the My Cause My Cleats…
Canine Companions Shares Mission at VetsAid Concert With Rockstar Joe Walsh
Joe Walsh, Nine Inch Nails and The Black Keys at this year’s VetsAid concert to help raise money for Canine Companions. Read more!
Former puppy raisers shift focus to battle canine health barriers
Two former puppy raisers from Michigan wanted to keep giving back. So, they established a fund to cover vet bills for Canine Companions graduates in need.
Learning to work with distractions: North Central puppy class takes a festive twist
Puppy Class took a festive twist at the Canine Companions North Central campus on Oct. 19.
Colt’s New Journey With Wink: A Mother’s Story
Shannon Cogan is an anchor at WAVE News Sunrise in Louisville, Kentucky. She is also a mother to Colt Cogan, our client who graduated with Canine Companions Service Dog Wink three years ago. She has witnessed, first-hand, how much Wink…
DogFest North Central exceeds fundraising goal
Nearly 500 people attended DogFest North Central, helping raise more than $438,000 in funds.