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Canine Companions Opens New North Central Campus in New Albany, OH

On Thursday, October 8, Canine Companions cut the ribbon to their new North Central Campus in New Albany, OH. This new state-of-the-art campus is paving the way for the future of Canine Companions. It will allow us to further our mission by placing more dogs with their perfect match, as well as increase the types of placements that are able to be made in the North Central region.

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Dogs Making Life Easier for Veterans with PTSD

Strolling in the park. Enjoying a dinner party with friends. Stopping by a local festival.

For Amber, these are not the simple joys of life, but things to avoid.

The 57-year-old Army veteran struggles daily with post-traumatic stress disorder, which manifests in many ways. But she now is considering travel, knowing that Arbor will be by her side. Arbor is a 2-year-old retriever specially trained to help Skylar manage her PTSD.

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Canine Companions Facility Dog Joins the staff at Monroe Carell Jr. Children’s Hospital at Vanderbilt

In February 2020, Squid, a Canine Companions for Independence® (Canine Companions) facility dog, joined the Patient- and Family-Centered Care team at Monroe Carell Jr. Children’s Hospital at Vanderbilt. He arrived shortly before COVID-19 impacted the local community.
With visitors to the hospital limited due to social distancing health safety measures, Squid arrived on the job just in time to engage with patients and staff through this stressful time of unknowns.

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