Good Canine Academy is a non profit organization that specializes in the training of support dogs for veterans and first responders that are suffering from Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). Good Canine is also one of the first in the nation to be certified to train canines to sniff out cancer. We use only the best breeders in the world to ensure quality health and characteristics in each and every dog going through our training process.


Cancer Sniffing Dogs

PTSD Support Dogs

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The Dallas Pet Expo is SUNDAY from 11-4! ALL INDOORS at Dallas Market Center! Admission is FREE and YOUR PET is welcome. Shopping, adoptions, agility, LURE CHASING, free nail trims, discounted vaccinations and MUCH MORE. Celebrating our 7th big year in Dallas! Visit for more details!

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THIS IS A MUST SEE..... on exactly what we do at Good Canine Academy. We have our Cancer Sniffing Dogs ready to role here in Texas/Oklahoma and just looking to collaborate with a medical facility to get our cancer samples (after diagnosis and before treatment) so we may continue to train so that these dogs can save lives.
If you know anyone affiliated with a medical facility, please share this video with them and have them contact us. Also follow us on our Facebook page "Cancer Sniffing Dogs" along with our website
We are a 501c3 and welcome your donations.
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Many things that you might not know about your dog. It's time to listen and watch...... "Cancer Sniffing Dogs" are REAL!!!!!

Come meet a few in training at the Dallas Pet Expo on May 20-21 at the Dallas Market Hall, in Dallas, Texas.
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