We train Medical Service Dogs for Veterans, Police, Firefighters, Paramedics , Nurses and 9-1-1 personnel who are diagnosed with PTSD or an Occupational Stress Injury

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MISSION

To provide service dogs and/or training support at no charge to the veterans, nurses or first responders who qualify to enroll in our program..

On occasion we will allow candidates with privately owned dogs  to enter our service dog program but only after the dog passes an initial assessment conducted by one of our trainers.

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Service Dogs for Veterans, First Responders, Nurses and 911 Dispatchers that have been diagnosed with PTSD or an OSI.

ABOUT US

CITADEL CANINE SOCIETY is a CRA registered charity that trains and delivers PTSD - OSI medical service dogs to new Military Veterans, and First Responders (police, fire, ambulance, nursing, and 9-1-1 personal). We provide these wonderful dogs at no charge to the recipients.  Citadel Canine is the only registered charitable training school within Canada that exclusively specializes in PTSD service dog production.  THAT'S ALL WE DO. While we are based in Vancouver, BC we have training activities stretching from Newfoundland-Labrador right across the country to British Columbia. Citadel Canine is one of Canada's largest PTSD service dog providers, and we are Canada's longest-running mission specific PTSD service dog provider. Half of the dogs we have paired to date have been for CF veterans, and the other half have been paired with First Responders. Within that group more than half are with police members, including a large number of RCMP members.

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FACEBOOK UPDATES

Great news from Nova Scotia, Heidi (Military Veteran) & her teammate Kipper have passed the Canadian Association of Service Dog Trainers Public Access & Task Training Certification. This team trained with Bob Geub & Diane Moore. On the way home, a celebratory stop was made. Overlooking the Annapolis Valley, this amazing team were able to sit, relax, take in the beautiful landscape & know that all their training & hard work paid off. CONGRATULATIONS Heidi & Kipper, we are so proud of you two ladies!

DONATIONS

If you’d like to help us continue to support the training and delivery of PTSD service dogs to our candidates, please consider making a donation.

Every little bit helps, and we sincerely thank you for your kind support!

You can set up a monthly donation account or one-time donation at CANADA HELPS 

You can also make a donation by cheque payable to:

Citadel Canine Society  

202 - 2476 York Ave

Vancouver, BC

V6K 1E2