Canine Companions was invited to Atlanta, Georgia to help celebrate the Georgia Aquarium’s newest achievement as the first Gold Certified Organization, recognized by WheelChariot.
For senior journalism major Noah Griffith, his 2-year-old Black Labrador-Golden Retriever mix Schooner is a boost on both the physical and social fronts.
The Pensacola Ice Flyers announced today the addition of a new team pup, a future service dog that they have named Buccella, and their recommitment to the nonprofit organization Canine Companions for the 2023-24 season. The Ice Flyers’ second team puppy’s name pays homage to the late Dan “Bucky” Buccella, one of the most beloved players in the history of Pensacola hockey.
Canine Companions welcomes Rich Mallow as new executive director of the Southeast Region training center.
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.
The Canine Companions Southeast Region was selected by Southface Institute to receive a $60,000 check through their GoodUse grant program
The Pensacola Blue Wahoos held a naming contest for their newest service dog in training from Canine Companions – the winning name is Bubba
Chip in for Canines will return in October, 2024. Stay tuned to our channels for more information regarding the event.
As a volunteer puppy raiser, Nick takes Enzo to many places, allowing him to socialize with strangers, attend classes, walk amid crowds and become familiar with the world around him.
Join us for an event filled with inspiring stories, lively entertainment, delightful cusisine and drinks and a great silent and live auction.