This impromptu sledding party was enjoyed by all ages and all medical abilities and disabilities. It took place right in view of Explore’s live “Puppy Hill” camera at the Service Dog Project farm in Ipswich, MA. Two of the three dogs in the photo are service dogs “out of harness”. They are off duty and
Carlene White, founder of Service Dog Project in Ipswich, MA, trains and places Great Danes with people who live with Multiple Sclerosis, Friedreich’s ataxia, and veterans with disabilities. She updates us regularly with stories of those she helps. “10 year old Bella has spent her life on crutches, in a wheelchair or being carried by
Patriot PAWS trains and provides service dogs to disabled American veterans and others with mobile disabilities and PTS in order to help restore their physical and emotional independence. They wrote to us to tell one of their many success stories working with US Veterans:
It’s official, we’re on puppy watch! We invite you to be there as mom and the team at Service Dog Project welcome Scarlot’s newest litter of future service dogs – due any hour now! – on our Great Dane live cam. Check out the brand new Nursery Cam we’ve installed just for this occasion, and
We’d like to introduce you to Vern, Saint Francis Service Dog recipient and US veteran of the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan. He was injured in the line of duty and suffers from traumatic brain injury, post- traumatic stress disorder and a severe back injury.