Claire and Lira
Claire lives in Georgia with her parents and brothers. Currently, her seizures are controlled by medication. Claire is in a job-training program and hopes to one day …
Greater independence, joy, fulfillment, confidence, security, and love are provided by CPL service dogs. Our service dog program is designed to help individuals who have a wide range of disabilities. CPL trains service dogs to assist individuals who have mobility impairments and balance disorders, difficulty using their hands/arms, health related fatigue issues, and people with seizure disorders.
People who have disabilities such as those listed below may benefit from a CPL service dog. If your disability is not listed, however you meet the criteria above and are interested in becoming more independent, you should consider applying for a CPL service dog.
Service dogs bring freedom to their partners 24 hours per day, 365 days per year. A person partnered with a service dog has full public access rights as granted by federal law (The Americans With Disabilities Act), which allows them to take their dog into all public facilities. CPL service dogs are never separated from their human partners!
The Canine Partners for Life service dog program spends two years preparing each dog for its working life. Service dogs must be physically sound, temperamentally stable, happy working partners. Great care is taken to select only the most appropriate dogs for this level of work.
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