Thank you to everyone who submitted to our Dog Bless You caption contest. Above, check out our three winners! We’ll be having more contests in the near future, so stay tuned to Twitter, Blog and Facebook for updates. In the meantime, visit our Dog Bless You Live Cams to see the puppies live, every day, at Explore.org.
Bergin University celebrated with its Canine Studies 2014 Associate of Science Graduates! And everyone’s off… until their next litter arrives for training. Bergin University of Canine Studies is accredited by ACICS (a nationally recognized accrediting agency by the US Dept. of Ed) to award Associate of Science, Bachelor of Science, and Master of Science degrees. This
Carlene White founded the Service Dog Project to provide loving companions for people with severe balance and mobility limitations. And this week she was awarded with the 2013 Massachusetts Veterinary Medical Association merit award for animal welfare! In this short video you can see Carlene revive a new born, great dane pup from last year’s litter.
We are so very proud of CAPT Koffman and Ron! Ron was recently placed with CAPT Koffman to assist him with his work with Wounded Warriors. We are proud to announce that CAPT Koffman received the U.S. Special Operations Command Patriot Award last month. The Patriot Award is given annually to recognize an individual or
From Huffington Post: When a child approached to pet but seemed nervous, Dutchess instinctively understood and would respond with great gentleness so the child felt safe. [Her trainer] believed that Dutchess possessed an empathy and that couldn’t be taught, making her an ideal therapy dog for people with autism and special needs, especially those hesitant