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Presenting Lu-Lu's newborns, born June 8th at East Coast Assistance Dogs. Lu-Lu is 3/4 yellow lab and 1/4 Great Dane. This is her first litter. The pups' father is Elton, a black Labrador stud for Guide Dog Foundation for the Blind. Lu-Lu's litter is composed of eight puppies, four boys and four girls.

ECAD breeds and trains Assistance Dogs for clients with a wide variety of disabilities and needs. Our dogs are taught to retrieve items, open doors, activate light switches, pull wheelchairs, balance, brace, and perform many other highly specialized tasks through the ECADemy© training program.

Project HEAL© is a program offered by ECAD that honors and empowers Wounded Warriors by providing specially trained Service Dogs to increase independence and make a difference in their lives.

Our Project HEAL© Service Dogs are individually trained by at-risk teens in our ECADemy© program. These specially trained dogs pick up dropped objects, open and close doors, open refrigerators, pull wheelchairs, prevent overcrowding in public, interrupt nightmares and flashbacks, remind to take meds, warn of approaching strangers and reduce anxiety and stress, all the while providing unconditional love and comfort. ECAD does not charge our Wounded Warriors for these very special Service Dogs.

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  • location: torrington

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dog bless you: lu-lu's litter

Presenting Lu-Lu's newborns, born June 8th at East Coast Assistance Dogs. Lu-Lu is 3/4 yellow lab and 1/4 Great Dane. This is her first litter. The pups' father is Elton, a black Labrador stud for Guide Dog Foundation for the Blind. Lu-Lu's litter is composed of eight puppies, four boys and four girls.

ECAD breeds and trains Assistance Dogs for clients with a wide variety of disabilities and needs. Our dogs are taught to retrieve items, open doors, activate light switches, pull wheelchairs, balance, brace, and perform many other highly specialized tasks through the ECADemy© training program.

Project HEAL© is a program offered by ECAD that honors and empowers Wounded Warriors by providing specially trained Service Dogs to increase independence and make a difference in their lives.

Our Project HEAL© Service Dogs are individually trained by at-risk teens in our ECADemy© program. These specially trained dogs pick up dropped objects, open and close doors, open refrigerators, pull wheelchairs, prevent overcrowding in public, interrupt nightmares and flashbacks, remind to take meds, warn of approaching strangers and reduce anxiety and stress, all the while providing unconditional love and comfort. ECAD does not charge our Wounded Warriors for these very special Service Dogs.

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Presenting Lu-Lu's newborns, born June 8th at East Coast Assistance Dogs. Lu-Lu is 3/4 yellow lab and 1/4 Great Dane. This is her first litter. The pups' father is Elton, a black Labrador stud for Guide Dog Foundation for the Blind. Lu-Lu's litter is composed of eight puppies, four boys and four girls.

ECAD breeds and trains Assistance Dogs for clients with a wide variety of disabilities and needs. Our dogs are taught to retrieve items, open doors, activate light switches, pull wheelchairs, balance, brace, and perform many other highly specialized tasks through the ECADemy© training program.

Project HEAL© is a program offered by ECAD that honors and empowers Wounded Warriors by providing specially trained Service Dogs to increase independence and make a difference in their lives.

Our Project HEAL© Service Dogs are individually trained by at-risk teens in our ECADemy© program. These specially trained dogs pick up dropped objects, open and close doors, open refrigerators, pull wheelchairs, prevent overcrowding in public, interrupt nightmares and flashbacks, remind to take meds, warn of approaching strangers and reduce anxiety and stress, all the while providing unconditional love and comfort. ECAD does not charge our Wounded Warriors for these very special Service Dogs.

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