Canadian Intervention and Assistance Dogs
Canadian Intervention and Assistance Dogs

A Walk in the Park For Those Whose Life Isn’t.

On Saturday September 23, 2017, humans and hounds alike will hit the trails at Uniacke Estate Museum Park in support of Nova Scotia first responders with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder.

Presented by Muddy Paws Adventures, CIAD (Canadian Intervention & Assistance Dogs) and The Mental Health Foundation of Nova Scotia, Trails N’ Tails is a 60 minute nature hike through some of Hants County’s most picturesque trails. Participants have the option to make a donation or collect pledges with all proceeds going directly to providing trained service dogs for Nova Scotia first responders living with PTSD


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 275 Rocky Lake Drive, Unit 9
Bedford, NS B4A 2T3