Send a Special Valentine to Give a Canine Companions Service Dog a Job

The Best Valentines Have a Cold Nose and a Warm Heart February 10, 2020
Canine Companions puppy looking at red heart that reads,

SANTA ROSA, CALIFORNIA – Looking to give something extra special to your valentine this year? Well here’s something better than chocolates or flowers!

Help Canine Companions® match children, veterans and adults with disabilities with expertly trained service dogs when you celebrate your favorite friends (human or furry) with a unique and meaningful puppy valentine!

There are three adorable ways to spread the love:

  • Send an eCard — Choose from one of six digital valentine options to be emailed to your valentine.
  • Send love via USPS — Canine Companions will mail your loved one an old-fashioned valentine (Must be ordered by February 9 to arrive by Valentine’s Day).
  • Download a card — Print an adorable puppy valentine to give immediately.

Every Canine Companions puppy is born into the home of devoted volunteers and transformed by volunteer puppy raisers from fluffy puppies to well-mannered future service dogs. Professionally trained in more than 40 commands, Canine Companions service dogs can pull a manual wheelchair, alert a handler who is deaf to important sounds, interrupt nightmares for a veteran with PTSD, and be a best friend and motivator for children with disabilities.

Your support helps create life-changing matches for people with disabilities through a Canine Companions service dog. At Canine Companions, independence comes in the form of a cold nose and a warm heart. Send some puppy love today. Give a valentine and give a dog a job. Visit cci.org/valentine to learn more or donate.