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.
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.
The Diamond Volunteer Chapter was established in 2022 after many years of being a Canine Companions Group. Our chapter serves the entire state of Arkansas and consists of volunteers, puppy raisers, and graduate teams who actively work to support and further the mission of Canine Companions.
Watch Canine Companions on Good Morning America, featuring United States Air Force veteran Jason Morgan and Service Dog Yago.
Canine Companions dogs joined forces to provide a safe and secure space for residents of Uvalde, Texas, to cope with the devastating event.
Hilary Pircher has had three Canine Companions service dogs by her side over the years and credits each of them with a unique purpose in her life.
As of January 1, 2022, the states of Arkansas, Louisiana and Oklahoma are the newest members of the Canine Companions South Central Region. This transition brings the South Central Region to four states – Arkansas, Louisiana, Oklahoma and Texas.
Park Place Dealerships has proudly presented Canine Companions with a 2021 Park Place Season of Giving Grant.
Canine Companions is at the Abilities Expos in Dallas and Houston in 2022, participating in both events as a resource for people with disabilities.
Canine Companions®, the first and largest provider of service dogs for people with disabilities, has launched a new brand.