We will be hosting an open house on Saturday, February 5, from Noon-2 p.m., at our campus. Potential clients, volunteers, or anyone who might be interested in supporting the organization is invited to attend to learn how an assistance dog changes the life of a person with a disability.
We are especially excited to offer this open house, because there is currently a minimal wait list for some types of assistance dogs. All Can Do Canines dogs are provided to clients free of charge.
There is no pre-registration for this event, so please join us on February 5.
Through a self-guided tour, attendees can:
Watch a trainer demonstrate some general skills an assistance dog can perform.
Demo Times: 12:15, 12:45 & 1:30
Talk with a Puppy Program volunteer and volunteer staff members.
Pose questions to client services coordinators about the application process.
Meet graduate teams from each of the five types of areas Can Do Canines trains dogs: hearing, mobility, seizure, diabetes and childhood autism.