Congratulations to you and your new family, Lulu! The four-year-old Labrador / Great Dane mix welcomes her second litter with East Coast Assistance Dogs (ECAD). Her first, the Liquor Litter, is now 15 months old and thriving. The stud for both litters is proud papa Elton, a black Labrador on loan from the Guide Dog
Carol Willoughby became an advocate for people with disabilities in the early 1970’s after being diagnosed with rheumatoid arthritis at age 22. Her first service dog, a privately trained golden retriever named Booker, restored her dwindling self confidence and inspired Carol to establish the non-profit—Saint Francis Service Dogs at her kitchen table in 1996. Now
Thank you so much for participating in this Caption Contest with a hilarious photo provided by Service Dog Project! We got such an overwhelmingly amazing response from you that we had to pick several captions out of the hundreds of entries. Congratulations, winners! Bruce: Having fun dancing like no one is watching…<3 Angie: Those chihuahuas
Saint Francis Service Dogs provides service dogs to children and adults with disabilities, allowing the recipients to live more independent lives. The organization partners with the Virginia Department of Corrections and a medium-security men’s prison where inmates raise and train the dogs.
Explore.org and all the wonderful Puppy Cam viewers would like to join Service Dog Project in welcoming Voodoo to the SDP family! Voodoo, a five-month-old Great Dane puppy was born on February 19, 2015 and is the daughter of Wildfire and Picasso.