TV Shows / Radio Interviews

Big Fish Chooses Canines for Disabled Kids for Impact Award!

Big Fish, World’s Largest Publisher and Distributor of Casual Games, Chooses Canines for Disabled Kids for Impact Award Big Fish Casino Supports the Nationwide Charity, Canines for Disabled Kids Oakland, CA – November 26, 2014, The Canines for Disabled Kids organization has been chosen to receive “Big Fish Casino’s Impact...

Paige Dunham!

Businesswoman, philanthropist, mother, and advocate for divorced women, Paige Dunham has made a name for herself over the years through her work with various charity organizations, her business savvy skills, and her advice for people of all ages going through break-ups and divorce.  This year, Paige will take on the...

Perfectly Imperfect Radio

Kristin was interviewed by Perfectly Imperfect Radio while she was at the LA Abilities Expo.  Episodes are available for listen and download.  Kristin can be heard on their March 3rd  2014 episode.   Click here to go to their website and have a listen!...

CDK was in the Telegram and Gazette!

Cdk was recently featured in the Telegram and Gazette.  Click this link to see the article!...

Erica and Baker Video on CDK Youtube Page

Check out the video here!...

Jozsi In the Beaumont Examiner

Check out Jozsi and Mallory on their recent trip to TX in the Texas Examiner!   We Love Texas and Salad Soulmates, Inc!...

Canines for Disabled Kids in Texas!

Jozsi and Mallory recently ventured to Beaumont, Texas to meet with Seth Danna at Salad Soulmates, Inc.  Salad Soulmates will be donating 5% of their DELICIOUS salad dressing sales to CDK, and we are so excited to be working with such a fantastic business.  While there, Channel 6 dropped by...

My Own Pet Balloons and Canines for Disabled Kids on WPIX

My Own Pet Balloons and Kristin Hartness from Canines for Disabled Kids recently visited New Yorks’ WPIX 11 to discuss how dogs can help children with disabilities....

Boston Globe: Guiding an idea from lesson to reality

The project started out simply enough for a group of Northeastern University freshmen: a class assignment to come up with an idea to improve the lives and work of service dogs that help disabled humans. But something felt incomplete last semester when the seven engineering students handed in designs that...
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