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Southern Sunday Stew

It Takes a Dane to Make a Stew

What happens when you combine three Great Danes, over twenty strangers, a table loaded with tasty food and a home overflowing with hospitality? It’s a Southern Sunday Stew in Georgia and that’s where I spent one of my most enjoyable afternoons, ever.

WCC's Valor Litter

Chat live with Warrior Canine Connection’s Molly Morelli

Join the pups of Warrior Canine Connection and WCC’s Director of Dog Programs this Thursday, April 23rd as they train on the Puppy Enrichment Center Cam! From 5pm-8pm ET, Molly will be on hand to chat with you live from the comments section under the player.

‘A riot’ at the top shows the younger teenagers how it's done.

At Service Dog Project, Value in Dogs of Every Color

Because of their size and growth spurts, Great Danes sometimes have a problem being clumsy, with more caution than courage. By letting them play at their own speed they learn to make mistakes, think about them, and get on with lives.

Pato passes a credit card to the cashier for Leigh.  He also carries her bag!

Service Dog Pato is the Perfect Answer To Obstacles

Saint Francis Service Dogs is a non-profit organization that helps injured US veterans, children, and adults with disabilities to become more independent and self-sufficient through partnerships with professionally trained service dogs. Today we’re talking with Leigh about her service dog partner Pato.

We are here today to remember Buddy, the first lady of the seeing eye.

True Tales of the First Seeing Eye Dog

Buddy was one of the first dogs to be trained for a blind owner, Morris Frank (1908-1980). Morris lost vision in one eye at six years old from riding a horse into a tree limb, and the second eye as a result of a boxing match at 16 years of age. Buddy was the one

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