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Canine Gives: Giving back to our communities

Canine Company's mission is to help pet parents keep their dogs and cats healthy, safe and happy. That mission extends to our philanthropic efforts too. We give back to the community by supporting pet welfare organizations and other initiatives that enhance the bond between pets and people.

Last year, we donated more than $100,000 to support rescue and adoption, pet owner education and service animal programs.

You can join us in supporting these important causes by click on one of the logos below.

Canine Saves™

Another Way We Help Keep Your Pets Happy, Safe and Healthy

When fire strikes a family's home, pets are more likely than people to suffer severe smoke inhalation. That's because they can't get out of the house without help. Sadly, more than 40,000 pets across the country die each year because first responders don't have the right equipment to resuscitate them on the scene.

Canine Company's Canine Saves - Pet Oxygen Mask Donations

The goal of our Canine Saves campaign is to ensure that firefighters and EMTs in the communities we serve have the tools they need to resuscitate the pets they rescue.

The specially designed pet oxygen masks we donate are cone-shaped masks so they fit over a pet's snout. Each set we donate includes three sizes that work on a wide range of pets - from small mammals to giant breed dogs. Since the beginning of 2016, we've donated:

Canine Company's Canine Saves - Pet Oxygen Mask Donations

Here are a few news articles about some of our donations...

Milford (MA) Daily News

Courier-Post (NJ)

Hunterdon (NJ) Review

...and comments from some of the first responders who received them.

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And, our donations are saving pets' lives!

Every month, we learn about rescues in which first responders put the masks to use. Here are two stories about those saves: 

Danbury (CT) News Times

Does your community have these life-saving masks?

If not, tell your fire chief or emergency service director about our Canine Save campaign. They can request a donation by writing to us at

Supporting those in need