Canine Partners For Life

Rating: 4.2 stars   15 reviews

Issues: Animals, Human Services, Cancer

Location: PO Box 170 334 Faggs Manor Road Cochranville PA 19330 USA

Mission: To increase the independence and quality of life of individuals with mobility impairments, primarily disabilities and seizure disorders, by providing professionally trained service dogs and support services. Each dog will be trained to meet the specific needs of individual recipients. Our support services shall ensure that our teams perform in a manner that promotes the welfare of the recipient, canine, and public. Our goal is to establish a lifetime bond between the recipient and the dog. Our efforts will be focused on, but not limited to, an area within a 250-mile radius of Cochranville, Pennsylvania.
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Rating: 5 stars  

My adult son has had epilepsy since he was 6 years old and at 26, he was so isolated and not able to be independent because of the severity of his seizures. We learned about CP4L and his life changed 360 degrees! We visited almost monthly for two years as my son waited to be partnered and we were continuously amazed at the commitment and love shown by everyone involved! The professionalism, care and love that all staff give each and every day to the dogs and clients is something not found in other programs. Trust me, we looked at other programs because when someone looks for a service animal, it is not done lightly or without researching other organizations. I know that CP4L is the best that is out there! When our son was partnered with his service animal, we spent 22 days at CP4L in their Team Training Program and not only was our son totally prepared to take care of his partner, he understood the continued support that he could and would receive from CP4L and received a dog that is so amazingly trained. I am grateful every single day as I watch our son leave the house with confidence; confidence that his dog will give him a heads-up before he is to have a seizure. This allows him to take the Metro and buses around the DC Metro community while attending college. CP4L, their committed board, staff and volunteers give so much love to this program each and every day and I will spend my life being grateful to the gift of life that my son received from them! There's is no greater non-profit out there and certainly, no greater training program for service animals and their partners. Thanks CP4L! [just as a side note, we were in Barnes and Noble this past holiday season and another service animal (from another training program] entered the bookstore and immediately began growling and barking at my son's dog. The partner of the other service animal had to leave the store because he couldn't get his dog under control. My son's partner, never blinked and continued to stand quietly by his side - his training was second to none!]

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every way as my son interviewed, attended Graduate Support classes as an applicant, attended and completed Team Training and continues to attend the Graduate Support Classes as a recipient. I see the wonderful results of their efforts each and every day!

If I had to make changes to this organization, I would...

change absolutely nothing! I just wish that I could donate more funds to support their efforts! They do a phenomenal service to so many each year! THANKS to CP4L for changing my son's life!

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A friend shared the information on their website and my son contacted them!

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