ANIMALS

These Service Dogs In Training Took A Field Trip To Disneyland And They Are All Good Bois

by Kailee

It isn't known as the 'happiest place on Earth' for nothing. Just last week, a group of service dogs in training took a field trip to Disneyland for a day they would surely never forget. The dogs are part of Canine Companions for Independence, a Californian-based nonprofit organization that trains service animals for people who need special assistance.

Kendra Clark helped organize the trip, and commented, "The pups absolutely loved walking around the park. They posed in photos with their Mickey ears and ate up all the attention they drew from the crowds."

The trip was an absolute success, and the group plans to do it again soon. Spreading the word about the organization is just an added bonus to the fun day out that they all enjoy.

This group of service dogs in training recently visited Disneyland on a field trip.

This group of service dogs in training recently visited Disneyland on a field trip.
via: Kendra Clark

If that isn't just the cutest.

If that isn't just the cutest.
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In order to improve the dog's socialisation skills, the group took them to Disneyland to explore the grounds and make new friends.

In order to improve the dog's socialisation skills, the group took them to Disneyland to explore the grounds and make new friends.
via: Kendra Clark

The dogs posed in their Mickey ears...

The dogs posed in their Mickey ears...
via: Kendra Clark

And lapped up the attention they received from the other visitors.

And lapped up the attention they received from the other visitors.
via: Kendra Clark

The dogs even got to enjoy some park rides together.

The dogs even got to enjoy some park rides together.
via: Kendra Clark

The dogs also got to meet some of the famous faces of Disney.

The dogs also got to meet some of the famous faces of Disney.
via: Kendra Clark

"Seeing how happy they got when they met the characters sure was a treat!" Clark said.

via: Kendra Clark

"The characters were almost as excited as the dogs were to say hello!"

via: Kendra Clark

The pups had an incredible time, and it was wonderful for all the guests to make friends with them.

The pups had an incredible time, and it was wonderful for all the guests to make friends with them.
via: Kendra Clark

"As puppy raisers, part of our job is educating the public about service dogs and Canine Companions' mission." Clark said.

via: Kendra Clark

Spreading the word about the importance of the organisation was just an added bonus to the trip.

Spreading the word about the importance of the organisation was just an added bonus to the trip.
via: Kendra Clark

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