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A Worthy Cause

Two weeks ago, a man in Burdur found a paralyzed dog at an animal hospital in very bad condition. The dog had had an accident about a month prior and had been abandoned by his family to the Veterinary Faculty in Burdur. His injuries were a result of an improper use of a wheelchair that was provided

Follow The Story Of Kyle His Service Dog

Kyle is 7 year old boy who has been diagnosed with Autism, epilepsy, global developmental delay, adaptive delay, ADHD, an anxiety disorder, and a tendency to wander. Kyle and his family are telling their story via this Facebook page about his Autism service and seizure detection dog, from training to certification.

It’s National Disabilities Awareness Month!

We have a special episode of Sesame Street airing tomorrow featuring Brandeis, who is learning to be a service dog for people of differing abilities. Tune in tomorrow to meet him!

Congratulations To Ian And Clark

Ian is a medically retired Army Staff Sergeant who just graduated from Freedom Service Dogs with his service dog,  Clark. Ian was injured in December 2006 while his unit was patrolling an area in Adhamiyah – in northeast Baghdad. An insurgent threw a hand grenade into the Humvee that Ian and four other soldiers were

Little Bauer

Little Bauer, service pup in training at ECAD, tries on some warriors’ clothes for size. Think they fit all right? Bauer is named after veteran Phil Bauer, an ECAD kennel manager and instructor. Bauer was seriously in­­jured in 2003 when his heli­copter crash­­­ed near Fallujah, Iraq, where he suffered traumatic brain injury and lost his