Our Events

man in suit, woman in dress holding a large frame around them and a black dog

Throughout the year, we plan a variety of inspiring events that highlight the work we do.

– Events held in February/March, June and October to recognize several of the newly formed partnerships of an assistance dog and a person with a disability.
**View our Fall 2021 virtual graduation.
**View our Summer 2021 virtual graduation.
**View our Winter 2021 virtual graduation.
**View our Fall 2020 virtual graduation.
**View our Summer 2020 virtual graduation.

Open Houses
 – Quarterly presentations for those who would like to learn more about Can Do Canines.

The Fetching Ball Gala
– A wonderful evening held each winter, celebrating Can Do Canines.
**View our 2021 virtual event.

Tails of Independence
– A fundraising event that highlights the inspiring ways specially trained assistance dogs are changing lives.
**View our 2021 virtual event.
**View our 2020 virtual event.

Can Do Woofaroo
– Our family-fun festival is held in September and includes a variety of exciting activities.

We invite you to join us at one of our upcoming events. Click on a listing to view more details.

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Open House: February 5, 2022

February 5 @ 12:00 pm - 2:00 pm


Can Do Canines building front

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.

Take a virtual tour of our campus.

Through a self-guided tour attendees can:
woman using a wheelchair with a smooth coat collie next to the chair

Watch a trainer demonstrate some general skills an assistance dog can perform.

woman high-fiving a yellow lab in a red Can Do Canines cape.

 Talk with a Puppy Program volunteer and volunteer staff members.

Can Do Canines staff member posing with a yellow lab.

Pose questions to client services coordinators about the application process.

man using a motorized wheelchair is in the background of the photo with a chocolate lab wearing a red can do canines cape.

Meet graduate teams from each of the five types of areas Can Do Canines trains dogs: hearing, mobility, seizure, diabetes and childhood autism.


February 5
12:00 pm - 2:00 pm
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Laurie at Can Do Canines
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Can Do Canines
9440 Science Center Drive
New Hope, MN 55428 United States
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