canines for change

Where highly trained service and facility dogs enhance the lives of children, adults, and community members.

Welcome to Canines for Change!

Where highly trained service and facility dogs enhance the lives of children, adults, and community members. .

Help us in our mission! donate today to make a change!

We are so excited to announce our new facility:

Canines for Change Training and Enrichment Center!

We need your help in getting to our goal of finishing this facility!

OUR NEW FACILITY GOAL: $150,000
New Facility!

Our Mission

Canines for Change provides highly trained service and facility dogs that enhance the lives of children and adults with disabilities by empowering them to achieve active and independent lifestyles while also educating the community on the benefits of facility and service dogs through community education and outreach.

DEI Initiative

Canines for Change, its Board members, volunteers and sponsors are committed to serving and including all people regardless of ethnicity, race, age, gender, identity/expression, sexual orientation, national origin, veteran status, marital status, income status and or philosophy/religion.

Check out our partnership with priority health and see how our dogs in schools program is changing kids lives in school!

See us in the community!

Puppy Raisers Needed!

Apply today to support our hero's and someone's future hero.

Volunteer With Us!

Service dogs create miracles daily. We’re always looking for volunteers to fill several roles. Join us today!

Testimonials

Canines for Change
4.7
Based on 13 reviews
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Mars WoodburyMars Woodbury
02:27 27 Mar 24
I've absolutely loved being a part of Canines for Change for the past few years. Being able to see firsthand the difference these dogs have made in people's lives has been incredible and humbling. The staff and volunteers truly care about fostering meaningful relationships and connections within their community, and bringing forth positive change every chance they get.
Deb SchertelDeb Schertel
03:43 08 Dec 23
One of my greatest pleasures in life is being a Canines for Change volunteer. I love educating the public and advocating for the value of highly trained service and facility dogs.
Mary BelzMary Belz
15:28 18 Nov 23
I have had the pleasure of working with Canines for Change on several occasions. I have always been impressed with how kind and compassionate they are with not only their dogs but also the people in the communities they serve. If I could give 10 stars, I would.
Morgan LedfordMorgan Ledford
21:54 16 Nov 23
Miggz and Tucker are both dogs from Canines for Change. Miggz is a facility dog and Tucker is a Service dog in training. They are both such good boys and listen well. I am thankful for all of the amazing hands in making these boys the exceptional dogs that they are. Dr. Nikki Brown is a fantastic reference for dog training and I highly recommend Canines for Change for any and all dog training!
John AtkinsonJohn Atkinson
15:38 16 Nov 23
Debra MaxwellDebra Maxwell
21:19 29 Dec 22
This is Roxy. She is a Canines 4 Change service pup. She is at a wrestling meet and as you can see she is watching.
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