As part of our mission to educate the community about Service Dogs, TLCAD volunteers and staff participated in the Olivenhain Pioneer Elementary School Ability Awareness Fair
Facility Dogs can perform custom cues and behaviors that allow for their professional handlers to effectively utilize them during animal assisted therapy.
By performing cues that help mitigate his symptoms of PTSD, Jag assists Jesse to live a more independent life, benefiting not only Jesse, but also his entire family.
TLCAD At Ease Service Dog recipient Retired Major NC USAF Linda Stanley has turned her experience with PTSD into her mission to help her fellow service members. Linda served over 20 years in the military – – six years in … Read more
First annual College Basketball Tip-Off Luncheon, featuring guest speaker Bob Knight
Gracie reached up and opened the door to Marlene’s apartment. Then she went up two flights of stairs, down the hall and turned on the light near the bedroom. After verifying that all was well, Gracie went back down the … Read more
Art for Barks Hero Service Dog Awards
Project Unconditional: the special bond between people and dogs
There are many aspects to being a volunteer Service Dog Trainer. A rewarding but unnerving aspect about training a Service Dog is that you never know what role the dog will grow into and how they help others in the … Read more
TLCAD would like to send out positive thoughts to all those who were and still are affected by the fires that swept San Diego County during the week of May 11th, 2014. TLCAD’s Facility Dog, Dottie, worked with firefighters at … Read more