C4C has reached capacity and new applications will likely be for 2024 placement
C4C has reached capacity and new applications will likely be for 2024 placement
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My name is Alice and Roll Over Animal Rescue (ROAR) helped place me with Canines 4 Comfort from a shelter. I am a Great Dane with a very gentle disposition. I am learning very quickly and even applied deep pressure therapy to my new mommy when I felt she was stressed. I attend refresher training twice each month to keep my skills sharp.
My name is Bama and came to Canines 4 Comfort by way of Roll Over Animal Rescue (ROAR). I am a Lab-Catahoula mix. I’ve been told I’m a very sweet boy. I love to play with my other dog friends! I am excited to to share that I now live with my boy Aidan and his family!! And we are both doing great!
My name is Belle and I am a princess. I am a five-year-old Golden Retriever and an active psychiatric service dog for one of our founding members. I perform tasks such as behavior interuption, break hands, and know when there is a need for deep pressure therapy. I can sense when a panic attack is approaching and alert my handler to leverage the resources needed to manage the situation.
My name is Buddy. I am a Border Collie and Flat Coat Retriever mix. My people say that I am 16 years old, but I act more like a teenager! I am our lead therapy dog and enjoy visiting places where I can bring comfort and joy.
I am grateful some places have started to open up so I can go back to "work."
My name is Dioge (D-O-G), Deej for short! I am a four-year old German Shepherd and enjoy my role as a therapy dog. I am owned by one the founders of Canines 4 Comfort and live with my German Shepherd siblings, Zora and Juno. I love to play Frisbee and chase a ball. But mostly I love my mama.
My name is Edy. I’m a six-year old German Shepherd and mother to Salty, a Canines 4 Comfort service dog. I am an exceptional mother and great couch companion. I enjoy my work as a therapy dog, and have a tendency to make sure the younger dogs behave appropriately (it’s the mom in me!).
My name is Ella and I came to Canines 4 Comfort by way of Roll Over Animal Rescue (ROAR). I am a Catahoula and Terrier mix. I have a very sweet disposition. While I love to play with my other dog friends, my dreams have come true! I now live with my boy Soren and just love him and his family!
My name is Gracie. I am Pomeranian serving as an emotional support dog. My new mother and I are very compatible and have enjoyed each other's company since November of 2019.
My name is KC and I am a Labradoodle. I was named after one of our beloved supporters, Kasey, who hosts a lemonade stand for Canines 4 Comfort every summer! When C4C first met me, I did not know what a collar or leash was, and now I heel like a perfect gentleman. I live with Maxwell, who is assigned as my person. We absolutely ADORE each other.
My name is Krieger, which translated from German means brave/warrior. I am a Golden-doodle donated to Canines 4 Comfort by a breeder in Colorado. I am excited to introduce myself as the facility dog for Greenbriar School in Northbrook where I participated in a therapy dog pilot program.
My name is Max and I a German Shepherd. My original family needed to find a different home for me when my newest sibling developed allergies. They sought out Canines 4 Comfort knowing I would be placed in a good home and helping someone.
I am a very smart boy and have completed my training. I am now living with my veteran and we are inseparable.
My name is Molly and I am a Bichon mix. I am a sweet girl who was selected specifically for my future mama. My small size and soft fur were necessary for accommodating her physical ailments as well as her emotional needs. I live with my new mama who was instrumental in training me to achieve my CGC.
My name is Ozzie. I am a young Goldendoodle and am matched with a young boy. Canines 4 Comfort rescued me with the help of Hoof Woof & Meow Animal Rescue (HWMAR). I have been paired with a teenaged boy, am very disciplined, and super attached to my boy. We attend school together, where I provide him daily support.
My name is Peppa, a young Goldendoodle and sister of Ozzie. I too arrived with the help of Hoof Woof & Meow Animal Rescue (HWMAR). I have been paired with a lovely young lady who is learning how to become my handler. I live with her and her family and enjoy all the love I receive.
My name is Rosie. My mother is Belle and I was donated to Canines 4 Comfort by Dashagold Retrievers. I am being trained to serve a former police officer. I have a disposition similar to Belle ... sweet and chill. I now live with my recipient who continues to train with regularly.
My name is Rubie and I am a sweet, young German Shepherd mix. I came to Canines 4 Comfort by way of Hoof Woof & Meow Animal Rescue (HWMAR). I was potentially paired with a veteran, but since I enjoy being around children, I was assigned to a young boy. I currently reside with my boy who is learning how to be my handler. I am excited to share I am now attending school with him, making this semester very promising.
My name is Salty, short for Salted Carmel Ice Cream. My mother is Edy and Olsonhaus German Shepherds donated me to Canines 4 Comfort because of my sweet and gentle disposition. I have the great fortune of serving a Marine! We met when I was five months old and the connection was amazing. I was trained by two of the founders of Canines 4 Comfort, and was the first graduating service dog team!
My name is Yowza and I am a German Shepherd. I am three years old and have accomplished so much! I am an active therapy dog for Canines 4 Comfort. I am a sweet girl with gentle eyes and love to be loved! I am co-owned by two founders from Canines 4 Comfort.
My name is Champ and I am a Cocker Spaniel mix. Hoof Woof & Meow rescued me from a killer shelter in Tennessee. My foster mama knew I had a special purpose, so they contacted Canines 4 Comfort. When I first met the girl I am assigned to help, it was love at first sight! I live with my future family and we attend training each week.
My name is Heidi. I am a German Shepherd donated to Canines 4 Comfort by a local family. I have been paired with a teenaged girl and currently live with her and her family, so we can bond. I attend weekly training where I am focusing on becoming a service dog.
My name is Hope. I am a retriever mix donated to Canines 4 Comfort by a local family. I'm proud to say I have been chosen to serve the Streamwood Police Department as a therapeutic facility dog. I live with my future handler and her family and attend weekly training with Canines 4 Comfort. I was sworn in with the Streamwood Police Department on December 2, 2021.
My name is Charles "Joey" Joseph and I am a retriever mix. Canines 4 Comfort received me from a local family. I reside with my officer/handler who brings me to the station every day. My role is to provide emotional support during times of stress, grief or trauma, for witnesses, victims, and officers. The fun side of my job is getting to participate in community events and visitations accompanied by my officer/handler. I was sworn in as a facility dog for the St. Charles Police Department on February 22, 2022.
My name is Kona and I am a mini-Goldendoodle who arrived at Canines 4 Comfort from a local breeder. I have a super sweet disposition and am spending time bonding with my future owner. I attend training with him every week.
My name is Maverick. My mother is Belle and I was donated to Canines 4 Comfort by Dashagold Retrievers. I was trained to serve The Bartlett Police Department. In my role as a facility dog, I assist officers in their community work, but most importantly I live at the station to help officers decompress after returning from stressful and emotionally draining calls. I was sworn in with the Bartlett Police Department on July 20, 2021.
My name is Phoebe and I am a retriever mix, who arrived at Canines 4 Comfort from a local family. I have a super sweet disposition and aspire to become an awesome service dog! I am going to be serving a local veteran and we are training together, where I will learn important tasks to support him.
My name is Pickles, and I am a shepherd mix rescued by Hoof Woof & Meow. I am a sweet young boy who loves to cuddle and give hugs! I am training to be a therapeutic facility dog for Oakbrook Terrace Police Department. I work hard in my weekly training classes and am making good progress.
My name is Olive, and I am a Pyrenees mix and came to Canines 4 Comfort by way of Hoof Woof & Meow. I am training to become a therapeutic facility dog and have been assigned to the Wheeling Police Department. My future handler attends training with me twice a week.
My name is Sadie and I am a Goldendoodle. Canines 4 Comfort trained and placed me at The Cove School in Northbrook where I serve a student population with learning opportunities. I love my job!!!
My name is Sophie and I am a Labradoodle, who arrived at Canines 4 Comfort from a local breeder. I am very sweet, love to cuddle, and aspire to become an awesome service dog! I am fine-tuning all my basic obedience skills and now learning the service dog tasks to support my future human. Did I tell you? I met a girl and we fell in love! The best news is I don't trigger any allergic reaction in her sister!
We are two lab mix puppies who arrived at Canines 4 Comfort just before Christmas! Check back soon to learn our personalities!
Canines 4 Comfort currently has a wait list for our dogs and is working with our rescue partners ROAR and HWMAR to evaluate dogs and puppies who may be suitable for individuals on our list.
Check back soon for updates on our newest dogs!