You won’t believe how these canines are getting an education (AND LEARNING QUITE FAST) to do these extraordinary things!
– Canine education is not something new.
– There are many camps that aim to educated canines to help them become better at serving.
– One important task these canines do is to assist the disabled members of the society.
Amidst having the cold weather in Winsted, a group of passionate individuals is taking in and training canines to become service dogs and guide dogs for the disabled. The organization is called ECAD.
ECAD or Educated Canines Assisting with Disabilities is an excellent place where dogs are given formal education to assist people with disabilities and this year, they will open the camp next month, July.
During the camp, kids ages 9-13 years old are encouraged to participate in different fun-filled activities which include interaction with dogs under training.
Read Patricia Robert’s full story here – https://www.registercitizen.com.