Great Dane Puppies
The puppy hill cam at the Service Dog Project in Massachusetts shows an outside view of the kennels where Great Dane puppies are trained to support people with disabilities. The puppies are first introduced to these comfortable, climate-controlled kennels when they are six months old.
The Service Dog Project trains and donates service dogs to individuals with balance and mobility limitations (possibly due to Parkinson’s Disease, Multiple Sclerosis, CP, etc.). By providing the dogs at no cost to approved applicants, The Service Dog Project extends a valuable service to suitable individuals. Preference is given to veterans and their families.
All of the Great Danes are born, raised and trained on the farm and for the first month are watched 24/7 by staff and/or volunteers. Once the dogs are fully trained (usually a year or older) they are matched with a recipient and are then trained to meet the individual’s exact needs.