Canine Partners for Life

Canine Partners for Life

Canine Partners for Life
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Bailey & Buster's Mission Walk

Join us on September 28th at the park!
Saturday, September 28, 2019
9:00 am–12:00 pm
Warwick County Park
191 County Park Road, Pottstown, PA 19465

Join Bailey & Buster’s Mission and CPL on Saturday, September 28 for a walk benefiting Canine Partners for Life! The walk is being held from 9am – 12pm at Warwick County Park (191 County Park Road, Pottstown PA 19465). Registration is $25 per person and includes a t-shirt!

Bailey (a yellow Labrador Retriever) and Buster (a Golden Retriever) were two incredible dogs owned by a CPL donor. Although Bailey and Buster are no longer with us, their memory is helping to raise money to support service and companion dogs. You can learn more about this walk and register here.
Category: Service Animals, Health & Wellness,Pets & Veterinary
The lives of those we serve will be forever changed through the opportunities and independence afforded by a steadfast relationship with a service or companion dog.

The mission of Canine Partners for Life is to increase the independence and quality of life of individuals with physical, developmental, and cognitive disabilities or who are in other situations of need. We achieve our mission by providing and sustaining professionally trained service and companion dogs.

CPL’s primary efforts will be focused on an area within a 250 mile radius of Cochranville, Pennsylvania, but we look forward to continuing to place dogs with recipients from across the nation who come to us because our dogs and services are held in such high regard.

We train our dogs to meet the specific needs of individuals and the environments in which they are living.
We seek to establish a lifetime bond between dog and graduate.
"Doing terrific work. Dedicated staff and volunteers. The dogs are great fun but hard working. They make a real difference in people's lives."
- David W., Google Review