Canines With A Cause Foundation

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“Providing trained dogs rescued from shelters to Veterans as service dogs and loving companions”

The mission of Canines With a Cause is to create a sustainable program and processes to effectively and holistically treat Combat Veterans with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder and Traumatic Brain Injury, with well trained, specialized dogs that provide emotional therapy as companions. By rescuing dogs from kill shelters, and training with women inmates, we essentially save three lives; the Veteran, the dog and the inmate.

All of the dogs are evaluated at the shelter for behavior, health and overall temperament, they are also fully vetted which includes spay/neuter, vaccinations and microchip. CWAC offers free placement and continual training for those who qualify.

We also have a “Diamonds in the Ruff” adoption program for those dogs who prefer to just be a wonderful, non-working family addition.

CWAC is implementing a new program on 2016, "Pals With Paws", placing prison trained dogs with children suffering with PTSD, long term or terminal illnesses as comfort buddies.

To find out more about our organization, please read the articles featured in the Salt Lake Tribune, Deseret News and,,

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Canines With A Cause Foundation
2700 West Homestead Dr #220




“Providing trained dogs rescued from shelters to Veterans as service dogs and loving companions”

EIN: 274402344

Reports: Guidestar


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