Have you seen the ECAD Service Dogs live cam? These adorable puppies are hard at work training to become Service Dogs. In today’s blog post, we’ll take you behind the scenes to see what the Service Dog training process looks like and why it matters. It’s not hard to find a faithful canine companion, but
We are pleased to welcome a beautiful new litter to the ECAD family! The mother, Maya, has given birth to 3 puppies who will go on to be future service dogs! This is Maya’s third and final litter as she has successful given birth to 19 puppies over the years. Their father, Gipper, is ECAS’s
We have a cause for celebration! Today is ECAD founder Lu Picard’s birthday! But that is not the only exciting birth we have to talk about! Daisy, daughter of Blip and Emme, has given birth to ten future service dogs, three girls and seven boys. All the pups weigh around one pound and are healthy
DN4 has fledged! After an accidental (and suspenseful) fledge, we have received confirmation that DN4 is successfully flying and exploring the area! He has also returned to the nest, a nice surprise for explore! ECAD has a new litter! Please welcome Midori’s litter! Check out her puptatoes here! Two of Charlo Montana Osprey’s eggs have hatched!
On May 7th at 11 am PST/ 2 pm EST, ECAD will be live streaming the celebration of Luis Montalvan’s life! Luis Montalvan was an award-winning New York Times bestselling author and advocate for veterans. His award winning service dog, Tuesday, had inspired him to become a public voice in order to advocate the use of service dogs and