Canine Companions Assistance Dogs
|Canine Companions breeds Labrador retrievers, golden retrievers and crosses of the two to become assistance dogs.|
We train our dogs to cultivate their abilities and we place our dogs in teams that will utilize their training and celebrate their spirits. Canine Companions dogs are trained to perform a variety of tasks. However, Canine Companions does not train or place dogs for the following; to do guide work for the blind, to do seizure or diabetic alert/response, to anticipate or detect medical symptoms, for the primary benefit of emotional comfort or social support, to recognize and/or manage undesirable human behavior, to provide supervision, navigation, or safety from environmental hazards, to respond aggressively, to provide personal protection, to assist with the management of mental illness as a primary condition.
We train 4 types of assistance dogs. Click on an image to learn more.