8 Service Dogs Trained in Irving Head to New Homes After Graduation

Eight service dogs trained in North Texas are now beginning their new lives with children, adults and veterans with disabilities. 

They graduated from the Canine Companions at Baylor Scott & White Health – Kinkeade Campus in Irving on Friday, in front of an audience of supporters and four legged friends. 

It’s a day about two years in the making. 

“We’ve been very excited to be a part of this wonderful organization because of their mission and purpose and the fact that they provide these wonderful dogs at no charge to the people who need them,” said Judy Eastburn, who spent months volunteering as a “puppy raiser” for Canine Companions.  

Read the full story at CBS News.