A cute golden retriever lab mix is well on his way to becoming a highly-trained service dog thanks to one Temple University grad student.
Governor Glenn Youngkin and First Lady Suzanne S. Youngkin donated a portion of the Governor’s salary to Canine Companions, an organization that pairs service dogs with people and facilities to support independent and healthy living.
Join us at the Prudential Center for one of Boston’s favorite holiday traditions! Canine Companions has been selected again this year for the 15th annual 31 Nights of Light on December 2. We’ve also been invited to take part in…
Brian Bard of Seaford was recently matched with Canine Companions service dog Radcliff. “Radcliff is happy to be with me and he’s happy to work! “
On Friday, August 11, 2023, more Labrador and Golden Retriever crosses will graduate to start their destined careers as service dogs. Graduation ceremonies are held at each of our six regions across the country – in California, Florida, New York, Ohio and Texas.
Two years ago, while working as a therapist at Camp Good Grief- a summer camp for kids dealing with the loss of a loved one, Kate Swezey learned about Canine Companions. Before long, she was filling out an application for a facility dog!
The 22nd service dog raised by Delaware man starts the day greeting 617 children.
In May 2023, Canine Companions graduate Grace and service dog, Justin graduated as one team from Seton Hall University in New Jersey!
If Christmas is all about traditions, then one Midlothian man and his service dog will likely experience both this holiday season.
Isaac Schilling’s wish list is now complete, with yellow Labrador Winnie by his side to share in the festivities, continuing a nearly decade-old tradition of having a Canine Companions dog accompany him — not only to events such as special needs holiday parties – but throughout life itself.
Canine Companions announced veteran public strategist Denise Michaels is joining the nonprofit’s Northeast Region advisory board.