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The Outdoor Kennel Camera provides a view of the Service Dog Project's outdoor V-Kennel area. Future service dogs come here as young puppies to play with their siblings and the many guests who visit them. This personal interaction gets the puppies used to human contact at a very early age.

Also viewable on cam is the infamous "Puppy Hill," where Great Danes of all sizes play. You can occasionally glimpse Service Dog Project Director Carlene White driving her tractor down the road that bisects the two puppy areas. Donkeys also frequent this farm and, although large, should not be mistaken for Great Danes.

  • grant: $600,000 - Service Dog Project

    SDP has donated over 100 Great Danes as service dogs to individuals who have severe balance and mobility limitations. These dogs provide a valuable service and have enhanced the quality of life for their owners.

  • topic: service dogs

  • location: ipswich

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dog bless you: outdoor kennels - service dog project

The Outdoor Kennel Camera provides a view of the Service Dog Project's outdoor V-Kennel area. Future service dogs come here as young puppies to play with their siblings and the many guests who visit them. This personal interaction gets the puppies used to human contact at a very early age.

Also viewable on cam is the infamous "Puppy Hill," where Great Danes of all sizes play. You can occasionally glimpse Service Dog Project Director Carlene White driving her tractor down the road that bisects the two puppy areas. Donkeys also frequent this farm and, although large, should not be mistaken for Great Danes.

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location: Ipswich, MA

best hours: 6:00am - 7:30pm

time zone: Eastern Time

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NGO: Service Dog Project

grant: $600,000

location: Ipswich

mission: SDP has donated over 100 Great Danes as service dogs to individuals who have severe balance and mobility limitations. These dogs provide a valuable service and have enhanced the quality of life for their owners.

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The Outdoor Kennel Camera provides a view of the Service Dog Project's outdoor V-Kennel area. Future service dogs come here as young puppies to play with their siblings and the many guests who visit them. This personal interaction gets the puppies used to human contact at a very early age.

Also viewable on cam is the infamous "Puppy Hill," where Great Danes of all sizes play. You can occasionally glimpse Service Dog Project Director Carlene White driving her tractor down the road that bisects the two puppy areas. Donkeys also frequent this farm and, although large, should not be mistaken for Great Danes.

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