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Welcome to Gucci's Litter on the ECAD live cam! Here you can watch as Gucci nurses and nurtures her pups, her second litter. Gucci's first love was a black lab by the name of Elton, and together they produced eight puppies, five of which grew up to become Service Dogs, one dog ECAD kept to be a stud, and two had career changes. Gucci should be very proud of her offspring and we are very proud of Gucci. For this second litter, Gucci was matched with Patriot, a smart Golden Retriever with a real soft side to him. Once Gucci saw Patriot it was love at first sight.

Patriot was donated to ECAD by a wonderful woman named Jody. Jody wanted to give back in memory of her nephew Ben, a fallen soldier. This is Patriot's first time as a dad, we have high hopes for this litter. Stay tuned for all the love and fun.

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.

  • grant: $175,000 - East Coast Assistance Dogs, Inc.

    To train two service dog and veteran teams as part of Project HEAL. Grants between 2011-2012.

  • topic: service dogs

  • location: bethel

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Welcome to Gucci's Litter on the ECAD Cam! Here you can watch as Gucci nurses and nurtures her pups, her second litter. Gucci's first love was a black lab by the name of Elton, and together they produced eight puppies, five of which grew up to become Service Dogs, one dog ECAD kept to be a stud, and two had career changes. Gucci should be very proud of her offspring and we are very proud of Gucci. For this second litter, Gucci was matched with Patriot, a smart Golden Retriever with a real soft side to him. Once Gucci saw Patriot it was love at first sight.

Patriot was donated to ECAD by a wonderful woman named Jody. Jody wanted to give back in memory of her nephew Ben, a fallen soldier. This is Patriot's first time as a dad, we have high hopes for this litter. Stay tuned for all the love and fun.

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

links: ECAD's Puppy Wish List
Canines Assisting with Disabilities
ECAD on Facebook
Donate to ECAD

grants

NGO: East Coast Assistance Dogs, Inc.

grant: $175,000

location: Connecticut

mission: To train two service dog and veteran teams as part of Project HEAL. Grants between 2011-2012.

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Welcome to Gucci's Litter on the ECAD live cam! Here you can watch as Gucci nurses and nurtures her pups, her second litter. Gucci's first love was a black lab by the name of Elton, and together they produced eight puppies, five of which grew up to become Service Dogs, one dog ECAD kept to be a stud, and two had career changes. Gucci should be very proud of her offspring and we are very proud of Gucci. For this second litter, Gucci was matched with Patriot, a smart Golden Retriever with a real soft side to him. Once Gucci saw Patriot it was love at first sight.

Patriot was donated to ECAD by a wonderful woman named Jody. Jody wanted to give back in memory of her nephew Ben, a fallen soldier. This is Patriot's first time as a dad, we have high hopes for this litter. Stay tuned for all the love and fun.

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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