$5,000 Corporate Sponsorship
Be a puppy sponsor and have the opportunity to give a puppy their name for life. No great puppy ever became an excellent Service or Therapy dog without having an equally great name. And that’s where you come in! You have the opportunity to give a puppy its unique name for life: honor a loved one or beloved pet, or name the puppy after your business, organization, or school.
This gift helps cover the first year of life for a puppy-in-training on their way to becoming a working service dog. You will receive a certificate along with a photo of your sponsored pup, and periodic updates on how the puppy is progressing through our programs.
Each year, K-9 CINB tries to place more puppies to help people in our communities. We also train Therapy and Facility dogs to support First Responders to cope with the traumas they face daily. Our ultimate goal? To serve individuals across our country who have emotional and/or physical disabilities. Working side by side with their handlers, our service dogs provide enhanced mobility, a renewed sense of pride, comfort and self-reliance, and make ordinary moments extraordinary.
Miss Delta Mae has been working very hard with her handler / Momma, Kayla, on her training with K-9 CINB Working Service Dogs.
To aid in Kayla’s recovery & ongoing healing, Delta Mae will learn many new and helpful things. In an effort to provide some financial relief, and ease the tremendous burden so that Kayla can focus on her healing & health, please donate to Team Delta.
Kayla and her family thank you from the bottom of their hearts for your love and support of Team Delta as they take on this journey together.
One of our goals is to be able to provide PTSD Service Dogs to First Responder's and Veterans at a reduced or no cost. Your donation helps to give back to those keeping your community safe
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WHY ARE PUPPY RAISERS SO IMPORTANT TO K-9 CINB?
Puppy raisers are instructed on how to train the puppy to ensure proper etiquette when out in public and to socialize them to any stimuli in the big noisy world to ensure as they develop, they are not nervous when working in public.
DO I NEED EXPERIENCE WITH DOGS TO BE A PUPPY RAISER?
Previous experience understanding and working with dogs is required. Puppy raisers do not need to be a trainer, but they do need to have lived with a dog previously. Puppy raisers will learn how to raise a puppy utilizing the K-9 CINB training methods by coming to classes and reading our training material. Team members will be on hand to help and guide all puppy raisers.
WHAT ARE MY RESPONSIBILITIES AS A PUPPY RAISER FOR K-9 COUNTRY INN?
There are several areas that you will be responsible for: Basic obedience, socialization and public etiquette training are very important to your puppy’s acceptance to advanced training.
What does K-9 CINB Supply?
AM I READY TO BE A PUPPY RAISER FOR K-9 CINB?