The Partnership for Independence Campaign
The Marian S. Ware Program Services Center
“Our parents loved dogs, especially Labs, for their friendly disposition and their intelligence. When they learned of the work of CPL, they were captivated by the idea that these qualities could serve to increase people’s independence and activity – states of being in the world that they valued highly. This use of an animal’s native abilities and bond to humans seemed to them an inspired partnership. After Mom died in 2012, CPL became even more important to our father – as a reminder of their shared passion, but also as a fascinating topic and a comforting link to the animal world. He treasured his “socialization” visits from puppies, and followed closely the ongoing research into the origins, nature, and uses of canine intelligence. He was proud to support the mission of CPL and in particular the work of training these amazing dogs for their work with their human partners.” – Mary and Libby Barringer
The awareness of how service dogs can assist individuals with disabilities continues to grow and Canine Partners is proud to be a leader in this specialized industry. We continually work to improve our services and we are thrilled with the opportunity to expand our facilities to better address the needs of our clients. We invite you to join us on this journey and look forward to Canine Partners for Life’s exciting future!
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When you support Canine Partners for Life, you are helping to create life-changing service and companion dog partnerships, giving individuals with disabilities or who are in other situations of need, greater independence and a better quality of life.
Thank you for your generosity and investment in our mission!