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Spike was released from the Canine Companions for Independence program — but his new career will still allow him to help plenty of people.
As a token of their appreciation, Canine Companions gave Dana Perino the honor of naming a new service dog.
It’s been a hard couple of weeks, not having my buddy by my side.
Last week was RUFF!
"One week from today, we will part ways."
I’ve been thinking a lot lately about what it means to give, to volunteer and to serve.
Spike is off to "college" soon, and whoever gets him is going to be so lucky.
For dogs, the Fourth is filled with nothing but fireworks and fear.
Service dogs can really make a difference for people with severe symptoms, to help them be part of the community again.
Spike and I had a big night out at the Canine Companions for Independence Hearts and Heroes gala.