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Canine Support Teams, Inc. Overview
Canine Support Teams, Inc. (CST), was founded in 1990 to help individuals with disabilities achieve greater independence with the help of a highly trained assistance dog. CST continues to train and provide, at no cost to the individual, assistance dogs that can retrieve, turn lights on and off, pull a manual wheelchair, open an close doors, aid in dressing, offer stability when walking, brace to help support and numerous other skills. CST has its own breeding program, but also accepts donations of suitable puppies to the program. CST is a mainly volunteer program with a broad volunteer base of dedicated individuals from every walk of life. CST places dogs in California but will place dogs out of state if possible. It is CST''s mission to help person''s with disabilities gain independence through the provision of a dog that is trained especially for that individual.
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This is an organization worth supporting. They can help so may people with different types of disabilities and provide a loving home and environment for the dogs. It's a win, win for everybody...
I continue to be amazed at the selflessness of the people in this organization. They put others needs before their own, often working long hours in all weather to prepare the dogs for their new companions. Helping the people who need the dogs, get acquainted, and learn commands, also all the ...
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I have personally witnessed the outstanding work that CST has provided for our community. A friend of mine is a puppy raiser, and volunteers with this organization. Another friend that was in need of a service dog, I was impressed with the way the organization helps in everyway to see that people in...
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