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Lulu is a 4-1/2 year old Labrador/Great Dane mix, and this is her second litter. Lulu's first litter, nicknamed "the Liquor Litter," is now 15 months old. The stud for both the Liquor Litter and this new litter is Elton, a black lab on loan from the Guide Dog Foundation.

Founded in 1995 by Lu and Dale Picard, ECAD has successfully paired over 225 human-canine teams nationwide. ECAD's mission is to enable people with disabilities to gain independence and mobility through the use of specially educated dogs. ECAD's impact directly benefits three lives: their clients, the at-risk youth who assist in training the dogs, and the dogs themselves.

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  • location: bethel

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dog bless you: ecad - lulu's litter

Lulu is a 4-1/2 year old Labrador/Great Dane mix, and this is her second litter. Lulu's first litter, nicknamed "the Liquor Litter," is now 15 months old. The stud for both the Liquor Litter and this new litter is Elton, a black lab on loan from the Guide Dog Foundation.

Founded in 1995 by Lu and Dale Picard, ECAD has successfully paired over 225 human-canine teams nationwide. ECAD's mission is to enable people with disabilities to gain independence and mobility through the use of specially educated dogs. ECAD's impact directly benefits three lives: their clients, the at-risk youth who assist in training the dogs, and the dogs themselves.

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location: Bethel, Connecticut

best hours: 10:00am - 7:00pm

time zone: Eastern Time

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Lulu is a 4-1/2 year old Labrador/Great Dane mix, and this is her second litter. Lulu's first litter, nicknamed "the Liquor Litter," is now 15 months old. The stud for both the Liquor Litter and this new litter is Elton, a black lab on loan from the Guide Dog Foundation.

Founded in 1995 by Lu and Dale Picard, ECAD has successfully paired over 225 human-canine teams nationwide. ECAD's mission is to enable people with disabilities to gain independence and mobility through the use of specially educated dogs. ECAD's impact directly benefits three lives: their clients, the at-risk youth who assist in training the dogs, and the dogs themselves.

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