We are excited to announce that Shoshi, of Southeastern Guide Dogs, brought her litter, sired by SEGD Murphy, into the world at the WCC Healing Quarters in Boyds on the evening of Sunday, June 10. She delivered two female and three male pups in record time. Mom and all five puppies are all doing great.
By Leigh Bluestein Warrior Canine Connection’s (WCC) Welcome Home Litter has brought laughter and delight to many viewers of Explore.org’s 24-hour puppy cam at WCC over the past eight weeks. The six playful puppies, born on January 7, 2018, have now moved on to next phase of their training to become skilled service dogs. Five
By Leigh Bluestein Can you hear your dog’s nails going “clickety-clack” on the floor? If so, it may be time for a trim. However, canine nail care can be stressful for both dogs and owners, alike. Many dogs aren’t properly desensitized to the feeling of someone handling their paws and caring for their nails, so
Are you interested in combining your love of books with your love of dogs? Well, you’re in luck — we decided to ask staff members at Warrior Canine Connection, a nonprofit that enlists Warriors recovering from post-traumatic stress and traumatic brain injuries to help train service dogs for their fellow Veterans, their picks for book
Meet the New Puppies There’s plenty of puppy love to go around on our live cams! Warrior Canine Connection and Service Dog Project both have nursery pups, and Bergin University just went live with Oriole’s newest litter. Go get your puppy fix, and don’t forget to share snapshots of your favorite adorable moments. Courtney | explore.org