Friday December 15th, 2017

Canine Advocacy Program shared Project Beautiful - Inside and Out's photo.

We are so honored to be the recipient of this grant. Our hard working dogs will be getting some great presents very soon. Thank You Project Beautiful !
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LOVE the work of Canine Advocacy Program - another winner of Project Beautiful - Inside & Out's 20,000 Smiles 00 grant! They provide advocacy services to child victims utilizing a highly trained dog to help alleviate the anxiety associated with being involved in the criminal justice system. About 35 dogs are currently in the program assisting child sex abuse victims and domestic abuse victims during the court process. Project Beautiful - Inside and Out's donation will purchase personalized kerchiefs and treat boxes for each of the dogs.

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Wednesday December 13th, 2017

CAP would like to thank the Filmer Memorial Charitable Trust for their very generous support. We are very appreciative of the community support we recieve from local groups such as this. ... See moreSee less

Wednesday December 6th, 2017

Canine Advocacy Program shared Shelter Island Veterinary Hospital's photo.

Please throw these in the trash. Besides being dangerous, your chances of getting these leashes tangled with another dog are increased.
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PUBLIC SERVICE ANNOUNCEMENT FOR NOVEMBER. THROW AWAY YOUR RETRACTABLE LEASHES. Besides the fact that they can break and do not provide adequate control over your dog, they are also dangerous....DO NOT EVER ALLOW A CHILD TO WALK A DOG, ESPECIALLY A LARGE DOG, ON RETRACTABLE LEASHES.

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Melissa HuntFlexis aren’t the problem, people with untrained dogs are the problem. Used appropriately on a well trained dog they are very useful. I use them with my malinois when hiking, beach strolling, pottying in campgrounds, etc. The key is my dogs are reliable off leash so the flexi is a formality. Plus I have common sense.

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Dan CojanuThey do encourage pulling and I’ve been involved with 2 dogs tangled and the resulting fights. Sent from Mail for Windows 10

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Laura WelchA 6 foot leather leash is all I use for walks. They are usually cheaper than a Flexi, and safer for your pet.

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