Wednesday, June 29, 2011


Welcome to the Canines With A Cause blog!  Here at CWAC, we're dedicated to changing lives through canine companionship. 

More than four million healthy, adoptable companions animals die in shelters each year, and one of the main challenges animal welfare groups have is finding homes for these dogs.  The main focus of Canines With a Cause is to help shelter dogs find loving homes by training them to work as service or therapy dogs for people in need.

Check in here for the latest news about upcoming adoption fairs, our amazing dogs, training tips and more. 

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Changing Lives Through Canine Companionship

One in four Iraq and Afghanistan war veterans return home with Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder. More than four million healthy, adoptable animals will be euthanized in shelters this year. These dogs can provide an understanding, loving companion that can help these veterans cope with debilitating flashbacks by bringing them back to the present, therefore helping them re-assimilate back into civilian life.

Canines With a Cause brings shelter dogs and returned veterans together. Vets benefit from the healing companionship of the dog and shelter dogs' lives are saved by finding loving homes.