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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.
Canine Companions provides service dogs to veterans with PTSD free of charge; 'The Daily Briefing' team attends Canine Companions gala.
Spike and I had a big night out at the Canine Companions for Independence Hearts and Heroes gala.
Spike, a service dog in-training, has made great strides -- and taken part in some great adventures -- during his journey to becoming a Canine Companion.
I am often amazed at how one of our Canine Companions for Independence service dogs can touch so many lives.
Spike becomes a model for the Society of Illustrators.
The non-profit organization provides assistance dogs free of charge to adults, children and veterans with disabilities.
Spike goes everywhere with me. But there are some challenges where I need to go it alone.