Our “Not So Common Stock”

So with all the news about stocks dropping, companies losing their value, and banks shutting down, it’s great to know that when you invest in one of Canine Companions assistance dogs, you are making a decision that will pay huge dividends now and for years to come.

Being a puppy raiser is a great way to get involved with Canine Companions for Independence

An investment in the Canine Companions IPO provides compounding shareholder value. Puppies begin transforming lives the minute they are born – from breeder caretakers and puppy raisers to trainers and program graduates.

The Latini family and their children, Allie (age 16) and Jack (age 13), raised service dog “Slick” from a tiny puppy, and returned him for professional training 15 months later. They were profoundly moved by the experience.

Jack had this to say about being a volunteer puppy raiser, “I will be happy when I see [Slick] making a difference and knowing that I was the one who helped make it happen. If everyone could help a total stranger live a better life, wouldn’t they do it?”

Canine Companions for Independence proves to be an amazing investment

How great is that?? We just love hearing how Canine Companions is making a difference in amazing and significant ways.

In what way have you been affected by Canine Companions for Independence?? What has been the “return on your investment”?? Have you been a volunteer dog washer, monthly donor, breeder caretaker, vocal cheerleader?

What’s your story? We would love to hear from you.

By the way, for a limited time, Eukanuba Dog Foods will match your donation (two for one) when you buy into our IPO.

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