By Beth Bourgeois of Warrior Canine Connection Up until now, the eight puppies of Warrior Canine Connection’s Courage Litter — born in late January — have been known by the color of their ribbon collars. Not anymore! In keeping with WCC’s tradition of naming its puppies after U.S. Service Members and Veterans who have sacrificed so
By Warrior Canine Connection’s Beth Bourgeois It’s a tough gig but someone’s got to do it: Puppy petting. Over the next several weeks, thousands of dedicated volunteers will head to the Warrior Canine Connection’s Healing Quarters to spend their time petting puppies — all in the name of puppy socialization. All eight pups from
Please join us in welcoming Warrior Canine Connection back to the explore.org community! By Beth Bourgeois of Warrior Canine Connection Warrior Canine Connection welcomed its first litter of 2017 to the world. Jessi, a three-year-old Golden Retriever, is now mom to four male and four female pups. Named the “Courage Litter,” all eight puppies arrived during
Search Dog Foundation partners rescued dogs with firefighters to find people buried alive in the wreckage of disasters. SDF teams were recently dispatched to Nepal after a devastating earthquake and searched for survivors after the events of 9/11.
Olive, the Yellow Lab from Warrior Canine Connection, gave birth today to six future service dog puppies! And in keeping in the spirit of her last litter with sire Rogue, this new batch of pups will be named the Honor Litter 2.0.