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CDK in the T&G

Canines for Disabled Kids’ Executive Director Kristin Hartness was recently featured in the Worcester Telegram and Gazette.  Check it out here!...

ADA FAQ

ADA Frequently asked questions about service animals … posted by the DOJ on 7/13/15 http://www.ada.gov/regs2010/service_animal_qa.html...

What Does Your Dog Do?

What Does Your Dog Do? By Kristin Hartness, Canines for Disabled Kids Chances are the people aren’t going to stop you while crossing the street to grill you about your service dog. However, all users of legal service dogs must be able to answer these questions: Is the dog required...

Giving Tuesday!

Giving Tuesday is coming up fast! Support your favorite non-profit in this kick off to the giving season! There are so many ways to give – volunteer, run an event, take up a donation, collect needed items, or find an even more creative way to support your favorite groups!...

Look For Us!

Keep an eye out for CDK teams in your area!  We travel all over the country educating the public on service dogs and their users!   Tom and Millhouse the Hearing Dog (and wife Joanne) Tom who is profoundly deaf has over 37 years of public speaking experience. He has...

Questions to Consider If You Want a Service Dog

  Questions to consider if you want a service dog? When considering these questions, remember there are not right or wrong answers.  The answers will help to determine which organization is the best match for you.  What can a dog do for me? Remember while these canine partners are amazing,...

TSA Guidelines for Service Dogs Updated

Passengers with Service Dogs   Travelers with Disabilities and Medical Conditions If a passenger has a service dog due to a disability or medical condition, both the passenger and the dog will be screened. The passenger should inform a security officer that the dog is a service animal and not...

Educate Your Group

Educational Presentations Representatives from Canines for Disabled Kids can travel to you. These individuals are often volunteers and are scheduled based on availability. They visit schools, social groups, church groups, civic groups, corporations, small businesses, and more. They speak on service dogs, what to expect, how to behave around them,...

CDK Offers Direction

It is important for people to understand why CDK exists as an independent organization, rather than part of a training organization. As an independent organization, CDK has credibility that is important when helping a family to determine if an service dog is right for their child and, if so, which...