YORKTOWN HEIGHTS, N.Y. – Members of Canine Company will visit Yorktown’s Guiding Eyes for the Blind Thursday to treat upcoming and past guide dog graduates to a spa day.
Each dog will receive a complimentary ear cleaning, nail trim, moisturizing treatment, shampoo, and other grooming services, according to a press release.
“We’ve been a long-time supporter of Guiding Eyes for the Blind and saw this as a way to do something more,” Jennifer Hill, president and chief executive officer of Canine Company, said in a press release.
“Now that we have a mobile grooming spa serving Westchester County, we thought grooming the graduating dogs would be a great way to help celebrate their achievement and demonstrate our commitment to this great cause.”
Previous graduates of Guiding Eyes for the Blind have also been invited to bring their dogs for the complimentary spa day.
Guiding Eyes for the Blind not only provides trained service dogs for blind people, but also for children with autism.
For more information, visit the Guiding Eyes for the Blind website .
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