Executive Director and Co-founder, Dale Picard, explains how its operating on a month-to-month basis.
Veterans are getting help dealing with physical and emotional scars thanks to a service dog non-profit in Winchester.
Veterans Day is Monday. A program designed specifically for vets is helping them heal.
Some unexpected visitors Thursday at Stony Creek Brewery in Branford. Service dogs were there for a fundraiser.
September is National Service Dog Recognition month and we are recognizing a furry friend that has been paired up with someone working to clean up the environment.
International Assistance Dog Week starts August 4th.
Educated Canines Assisting with Disabilities, or ECAD, is a nonprofit with the goal of enabling people with disabilities to gain greater independence. The organization provides service dogs to assist those who need the extra help.
Service dogs in Winchester just graduated; they're ready for a job they've been training their whole lives for.
The mission of Educated Canines Assisting with Disabilities is to train and place service dogs to people in need.
WINSTED, Conn (WTNH)–June kicks of PTSD awareness month. Step inside the center for Educated Canines Assisting with Disabilities or ECAD in Winsted and you’ll see some unusual but essential dog training. Running on the treadmill. Opening refrigerators and dryer doors. Responding to alarms and getting help. Even brushing teeth. “So they have to brush their […]