WCC in the News
November 30, 2018 – Warrior Canine Connection has teamed up with Buncombe County’s Veterans Treatment Court to offer a service dog training option for veterans involved with the criminal justice system. Read the Mountain Express article about the program here.
November 19, 2018 – BOYDS, Md. — Puppies crawled over legs and laps, under chairs and knees, stretching to lick the faces of some of the cast and crew of the new NBC show “The Village” as they sat on the floor. A small group from the show arrived at the headquarters of the nonprofit […]
September 29, 2018 – Gaithersburg, Md – For the last two years, Laura Taylor and her family have taken in yellow Lab, Barb and trained her to, one day, become a service dog for a veteran. “This was more than just a one-time care package. This was something that was going to change someone’s life […]
January 5, 2018 – The Associated General Contractors of America (AGC) is celebrating 100 years by undertaking an historic project to help our Nation’s wounded Veterans heal from the invisible wounds of war. As its centennial project, AGC is focusing on the renovation of an historic barn at the Warrior Canine Connection’s Healing Quarters in […]
October 7, 2017 – Germantown, MD (LocalDVM.com) –For the past five years, the Warrior Canine Connection has worked to prove that sometimes the best medicine has four legs and a wet nose. After six months of waiting, former army infantry officer Dan Berschinski was officially given the leash of his service dog Buntz. Read full […]
October 9, 2017 – Germantown, MD (Meredith Tibbets, Stars and Stripes) — They waited for months, and finally it was time for the veterans to receive the newest addition to their families. More than twenty therapy and service dogs “graduated” from the Warrior Canine Connection on Saturday at Germantown, near the group’s headquarters in Boyds. […]