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Callie of Shadowglen Labrador Retrievers is the proud mother of the Hope Litter. The three boys and one girl from George and Callie arrived on Sunday, April 30th.

During the puppies’ first eight weeks, volunteer “puppy petters” that include Service Members and their families are engaged in the critical task of socializing the pups. Then, members of the litter will train for very important work – helping to heal the visible and invisible wounds of our Nation’s Combat Veterans.

  • grant: $275,000 - Warrior Canine Connection, Inc.

    To train service dog and veteran teams, and general operating support.

  • topic: service dogs

  • location: boyds

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Warrior Canine Connection’s own Jessi is the proud mother of Jessi’s Courage Litter. Her puppies were born on January 30, 2017. There are four boys and four girls.

During the puppies’ first eight weeks, members of the public, along with Service Members and their families are engaged in the critical task of socializing the pups. Then, the puppies will train for very important work – helping to heal the visible and invisible wounds of our Nation’s Combat Veterans.

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location: WCC Healing Quarters - Boyds, MD

best hours: 9:00am - 9:00pm

time zone: Eastern Time

links: Warrior Canine Connection
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NGO: Warrior Canine Connection, Inc.

grant: $275,000

location: Brookeville

mission: To train service dog and veteran teams, and general operating support.

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Callie of Shadowglen Labrador Retrievers is the proud mother of the Hope Litter. The three boys and one girl from George and Callie arrived on Sunday, April 30th.

During the puppies’ first eight weeks, volunteer “puppy petters” that include Service Members and their families are engaged in the critical task of socializing the pups. Then, members of the litter will train for very important work – helping to heal the visible and invisible wounds of our Nation’s Combat Veterans.