Royal Canin Partners with Service Dog Training Organization

January 11, 2016

Royal Canin has announced its inaugural Service Dog Training Partnership with Kingston 4 Paws Service Dogs, which officially launches on January 1, 2016.

Kingston 4 Paws Service Dogs is an organization that provides fully trained service dogs and ongoing handling support to physically and emotionally-challenged Canadians and their families, assisting them to become more independent in their Southeastern Ontario communities. It also provides Canine Assisted Intervention Dogs to treatment professionals to work as partners in therapy, particularly for local youth.

“We have enjoyed a special relationship with Royal Canin since the very first full year of our operations in 2014,” said Marty Grieve, vice president of Kingston 4 Paws. “Knowing we would be able to provide our young puppies and dogs in training the superb Royal Canin diets allowed us to concentrate on delivering the best possible dogs to the many communities we serve.”


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