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Information and application for monetary assistance in obtaining service dogs for kids under 18

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Canines for Kids Incredible Pairings 2021

Canines for Disabled Kids is holding our annual “Incredible Pairings – Beer and Dessert Fundraising Event” on Sunday June 20, 2021, at Wormtown Brewery, 72 Shrewsbury St, Worcester, MA from 6:30 to 8:00. This year’s Read More >

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2021 Canines for Kids Goes Over The Edge

Its time to go Over the Edge for service dog teams! Canines for Disabled Kids invites you to participate on August 7, 2021 in rappelling from the roof of a historic building in Worcester, MA. Read More >

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Arin’s Good Girl Dog Treats!

  Arin and Posie AKA Good Girl were sponsored by Canine for Disabled Kids (CDK) in 2008, a partnership that has been life changing. To give back and celebrate CDKs birthday on March 19th we Read More >

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Upcoming Events

Chicago Abilities Expo

CDK will be presenting at the Chicago Abilities Expo on Friday June 25 from 12-12:45 and Saturday, June 26 from 12 – 12:45! Come down and say Hi! There are booths, workshops and presentations happening Read More >

Houston Abilities Expo

CDK will be presenting at the Houston Abilities Expo on Friday August 6 from 12-12:45 and Saturday August 7 from 11:15-11:45!  Come down and say Hi!  There are booths, workshops and presentations happening all day!  Read More >

Phoenix Abilities Expo

Join us at the Phoenix Abilities Expo!  Kristin and Asha will be presenting on Friday September 10 from 12-12:45, Sat September 11 from 11:15-12 and Sunday September 12 from 11:45-12:30.   There are workshops, booths, Read More >

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Supporters

“Kristin was instrumental in educating us about everything service dogs.  I had no idea how to go about it.  How to train one, find one, get one ADI certified…I really knew nothing about the process.  Kristin helped me get from ground zero to having an excellent understanding of who to talk with, what questions to ask, and how to work with Meredith’s school.  Canines for Disabled Kids also provided us with a scholarship to help minimize the cost of acquiring a service dog.  Kristin and Canines for Disabled Kids, gave us the confidence and insights we needed to move forward getting a life changing partner for Meredith.”

 

Tracy

 

- Tracy

Community & Corporate Leaders