In episode 51, I interview Megan Esherick, Program Director for Canine Partners for Life.  CPL is a service dog organization in Pennsylvania.  They provide highly competent service dogs to recipients to assist with physical limitations, mobility issues, various medical alert services as well as many other issues.  Megan and I discuss their breeding program, their puppy raising and selection program, as well as their training program.

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What kinds of skills does CPL’s dogs have?

How much does it cost to train a fully, field ready service dog?

How long does it take to train a service dog?

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People United for Pets (P.U.P. Dog Rescue)

Rescue Dog of the Week:

Here’s Skittles’s page:

Interview with the Director of PUP Dog Rescue:

If you’d like to know more about PUP Dog Rescue and more about how to find a good rescue organization, as well as get some tips about picking a good rescue dog for you, here’s my interview with Laura Tonkin (She’s the Director of PUP Dog Rescue)

Canine Partners for Life

Find out more about Canine Partners for Life at …

Their website:

Their Facebook page:

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