Calling all dog lovers
Canines in the Classroom (CIC) is coming to Mississauga!
This powerful, award-winning program gives high school students who face barriers an opportunity to unleash their potential – by learning to train service and therapy dogs. Together, benefitting the entire community. Since 2001, CIC has helped more than 1000 Ontario students improve their grades, reduce suspensions, stay in school and graduate.
Volunteers are needed to support our efforts at Meadowvale and West Credit Secondary schools.
Can you or your pet help?
Volunteers urgently needed
Your pet: to be trained as a therapy dog
Foster families: for COPE Service puppies in-training
Drivers: for the COPE Service Dogs van
Puppy owners: to buy a COPE-bred, therapy pup
Your home: for 2 months to raise a COPE litter
Visit copedogs.org to apply.
CIC is a signature program of COPE Service Dogs, a registered charity.
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