For the Media

Canine Companions for Independence® has an extensive photo collection. All photos below are full color, and available in web-ready (low resolution) and compressed press-ready jpegs.

Photographs may be used for reproduction for news, editorial, or educational purposes but not in any manner that would violate the rights of any person, firm, or corporation. Our photographs may not be used for advertising or trade. Canine Companions for Independence photographic materials may not be added to any stock photo collection. We reserve the right to refuse requests we deem either inappropriate to the mission of the Canine Companions or insensitive to the individuals depicted.

Copyright and credit must be attributed to Canine Companions for Independence® each time an image is used. Please read the Logo Guidelines and the Terms of Use before downloading photos and logos.

For more information on Canine Companions, see our frequently asked questions or contact us.

Images and Logos

man in wheelchair and dog running

Service Dog Team
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man and dog laying on a blanket

Skilled Companion Team
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woman sitting on bench reading with dog

Hearing Dog Team
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child in hospital bed with service dog sleeping on cheast

Facility Dog Team
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service dog handing keys to person sitting in wheelchair

Service Dog Retrieving Keys
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pile of yellow puppies

Young Puppies
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woman sitting in front of a mural with service dog

Puppy Raiser
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puppy sitting in a pile of leaves

Canine Companions Puppies
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Canine Companions for Independence Black and White Logo

Black and White logo
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Logo Guidelines

Canine Companions for Independence cci.org logo

Full color logo
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Logo Guidelines

Canine Companions for Independence logo with Baylor Scott & White logo

Full color logo – Baylor Scott & White
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Logo Guidelines

Girl with yellow dog in a tunnel

Public Service Announcements

Public service announcements for television and radio are currently available. They are designed to help educate people on assistance dogs and spread the word on the mission of Canine Companions for Independence.

Thank you for your help increasing awareness of Canine Companions for Independence.

Please review our Terms of Use prior to downloading.