Teach kids about service dogs with WCC’s educational toolkit
Are you interested in learning more about Warrior Canine Connection (WCC) and how service dogs support our nation’s Service Members and Veterans? Our educational toolkit can help!
Whether it’s for your own information, to share with a classroom, community group or otherwise, we invite you to check out our toolkit resources designed to educate our youth about the important work WCC does, learn more about service dogs, and inspire them to support WCC in its life-changing mission.
The toolkit resources are geared toward students in kindergarten through 12th grade, and the materials can be used in classroom settings, for scouting badges, or with school-aged church and service groups.
As an accredited Service Dog Organization, WCC has its own breeding program—whelping approximately 10-12 litters of Golden and Labrador Retrievers each year at its national headquarters in Maryland. Purpose bred for health, temperament and longevity, WCC researches many generations of each dog’s pedigree to ensure their genetic potential to become a successful Service Dog.
You’ll find a pdf with video, puppy cam links, printable handouts, trading cards featuring WCC dogs, bookmarks, fundraising ideas, and more! Learn more and download the full WCC toolkit here.