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Warrior Canine Connection 24/7 Puppy Cam

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Initial post: Jul 21, 2012 3:18:42 PM PDT
afb says:
There is a litter of 6 Golden Retriever puppies being raised to be service dogs for returning Veterans. Pups will be 4 weeks old tomorrow, and if you are interested you can watch them. Here is the link for the puppy cam.!/live-cams/player/service-puppy-cam

Posted on Jul 23, 2012 9:36:16 AM PDT
D. Vogel says:
I'd like to support this organization financially but cannot find any information on line as to how the charity is managed. I searched on several charity rating sites but found nothing. Can anyone point me to a site that has reviewed Wounded Canine Connections?

Posted on Jul 23, 2012 10:20:28 AM PDT
afb says:
They have a web site. Top right hand side has a "support" button.

Also, I know almost nothing about Facebook, but they have a page where you can monitor some of the upcoming training activity with the puppies, then tune into the puppy cam to watch.

Would love to hear what you think. I'm so amazed and impressed by all of this.

In reply to an earlier post on Jul 23, 2012 11:01:00 AM PDT
Last edited by the author on Jul 23, 2012 11:18:42 AM PDT
D. Vogel says:
Yes, I know how to find the group and contribute and I've seen the lovable puppy web cam. What I want to know is how the charity is being run. How much money is spent on training the dogs vs, say, salaries, expenses, etc. I won't go to their web site or Facebook to get an unbiased description of how it is being managed. I'm looking for some site that reviews and rates charities.

In reply to an earlier post on Aug 2, 2012 6:58:30 AM PDT
Meg Olmert says:
Hello, I am Meg Olmert, the Director of Research and Development for WCC. Thank you so much for your interest in supporting WCC. I would be happy to answer your questions about our organization. Please contact me at

Posted on Aug 4, 2012 3:39:19 AM PDT
Dog Lover says:
Good grief.

Since reading the OP last week, I've had that puppy-cam up and running almost all day every day! Greatly affecting my ability to do other things!!

Amazing about the litter box. I had NO idea that puppies could be so trained. When they tumble all over each other, I laugh out loud! Wish there was sound but the people who have this setup do deserve some privacy!

I find myself worrying about one of the puppies who seems (compared to "pink collar girl" at least) very lethargic. I worried, a few days ago, when a couple of the puppies seemed to have found something on the other side of the enclosure which they could reach with their tiny teeth but which, I think, was wrapped in plastic.

Can't believe how invested I became with these adorable fur balls and how much I LOVE Holly! What a beautiful dog and great mom.

Have to go reassure my labs that I haven't traded loyalties.

Also am so very impressed with warriorcanineconnection. Wonder if they have any interaction with Paralyzed Veterans of America. Also, wonder if there is active work being done in/around Austin. Would love to be a part of that.


In reply to an earlier post on Jan 6, 2015 6:19:27 PM PST
L. Conescu says:
It is now the first week of 2015. Is there other contact information for this organization?

Thank you.
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