About CPL

November 2009
PN;Nov2009, Vol. 63 Issue 11, p54
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The article features Canine Partners For Life (CPL), a nonprofit organization in Cochranville, Pennsylvania that trains and places dogs to help the lives of the people with disabilities in the U.S. more simple and comfortable. It notes that CPL trains their dogs to provide their partner assistance in home and public environments. In addition, it also offers full-service seizure-alert dogs that have the ability to detect seizure activity. Trainings received by these dogs are also mentioned.


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