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Can Do Canines


We are very excited that you are interested in being a part of our volunteer program! Volunteers are the heart and soul of what we do and have a major impact on the life of the person who will eventually receive the dog. We provide knowledgeable training staff supporting you, dog food, basic vet care and lots of training opportunities. You provide a loving home and basic dog supplies while taking the dog in public and to trainings as specified by your role.

Whelping Homes care for a pregnant dog and her puppies from about ten days before the due date through the first 5-8 weeks of the puppies’ lives. Whelping Homes are provided with the materials and training needed from start to finish, as well as 24/7 availability from Can Do Canines staff. You provide a loving home and we provide the support!

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About Can Do Canines


9440 Science Center Drive, New Hope, MN 55428, US

Mission Statement

Can Do Canines is dedicated to enhancing the quality of life for people with disabilities by creating mutually beneficial partnerships with specially trained dogs.


Our assistance dogs fetch amazing things. They provide the gifts of freedom, independence, and peace of mind to our clients and their families. These wonderful canines are often adopted from local animal shelters and are specially trained for our clients who live with disabilities that involve mobility challenges, hearing loss or deafness, seizure disorders, autism, or diabetes complicated by hypoglycemia unawareness. Dogs, training and supplies are provided to each client free of charge thanks to the work of dedicated volunteers and contributions from generous individuals, corporations, foundations and service groups like the Lions.

People with Disabilities


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9440 Science Center DriveNew Hope, MN 55428



  • Animal Care / Handling





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