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Carlene White trains 7-week old pups to be service dogs.

Getting Danes Ready to Work

By Carlene White, founder of Service Dog Project There are hundreds of service dogs that could well deserve national attention of an American Kennel Club award, however our Great Dane “George” was chosen. It had a lot to do with the fact that his partner is a 48 pound cute little girl named Bella who

"May I have this dance?" George and Bella

Communication is critical between service dogs and partners

Having pluperfect manners is critical for any service dog. As is being properly dressed for the occasion.

The gallop

It’s easy to mistake a Great Dane for a horse

Some definitions of the gallop might describe all four feet off the ground at once, which can happen; so does one foot at a time.

A pup from Noel's 2014 litter. Photo by Mark Amirault

Great Dane pups are on the way – guess how many!

A new litter of puppies is on the way for Service Dog Project’s Noel! This will be litter number three for the Great Dane. Resident stud Yellow is the proud papa-to-be. The birth will take place off-site of the Service Dog Project grounds, but you can follow instagram.com/exploreorg to catch live video updates of the

Bentley is King of the Dance Floor - photo by Mark Amirault

Service Dogs Have All the Right Moves

A well-behaved Dane must never jump on people. Unless he’s been invited to. These two are practicing for dancing with stars (Bentley will be the star).

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