Love dogs and want to support our nation’s Veterans? Then as Uncle Sam famously said, ‘We want you!’ Warrior Canine Connection (WCC) is seeking Puppy Parent volunteers to help make a paw-sitive impact in the lives of service dogs in training and the Veterans who they will go on to serve.
What does being a Puppy Parent entail? Puppy Parent volunteers help care for, raise and train service dogs in training for approximately two years before they go on to be placed with Service Members and Veterans with visible and invisible wounds.
The need for Puppy Parents is at the following locations in Maryland, North Carolina, Pennsylvania and Virginia:
- Asheville, North Carolina
- Boyds, Maryland
- Ellicott City, Maryland
- Frederick, Maryland
- Occoquan, Virginia
- Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
The journey is not just about training a puppy—it’s about nurturing a future service dog who will bring hope and assistance to one of our nation’s heroes. Please take a moment to learn more and hear just how rewarding the experience of being a Puppy Parent can be here.
To learn more or to fill out a Puppy Parent volunteer application, visit Become a Puppy Parent – Warrior Canine Connection.