Meet the Dickinson Litter

Born on October 14, 2021 to SSD Hazel and SSD Rico, the 11 Dickinson puppies are starting their journey to become assistance dogs.

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Meet the Broadway Litter

Hello, Dolly! And Memphis, Pippin, and Matilda! SSD Evidence gave birth to these four future assistance dogs on October 16, 2021. The father is WCC Guy from Warrior Canine Connection.

Watch the Dickinson and Broadway Litters

The Dickinson and Broadway puppies are spending their first nine weeks eating, sleeping, playing, and exploring together as they gain a solid foundation for their future as assistance dogs.

Dickinson LitterColor/SexCollar Color
SSD AllisonBlack FemalePink Collar
SSD BoslerBlack FemaleYellow Collar
SSD MalcomYellow MaleDark Blue Collar
SSD DanaBlack FemalePurple Collar
SSD StaffordBlack FemaleTeal Collar
SSD HollandYellow FemaleDark Green Collar
SSD ReedYellow FemaleBrown Collar
SSD AnitaYellow FemaleOrange Collar
SSD MorganBlack FemaleSilver Collar
SSD MontgomeryBlack MaleLight Green Collar
SSD DennyBlack FemaleRed Collar



Broadway LitterColor/SexCollar Color
SSD MatildaBlack FemalePink Collar
SSD PippinBlack FemaleYellow Collar
SSD DollyYellow FemalePurple Collar
SSD MemphisBlack MaleOrange Collar


Everything you see on the puppy cam helps give these puppies a solid foundation for their assistance dog training. You’ll see different objects in the whelping box, and you may even see the puppies visiting different parts of their whelping family’s home.

Here are a few milestones to look for:

Week 1:

Puppies twitch and move a lot in their sleep. They use their sense of smell to explore their surroundings.

Week 2:

The puppies’ eyes and ears open, and the pups begin crawling backwards.

Week 3:

The puppies start standing and begin to play.

Week 4:

The puppies should be actively playing with each other and wagging their tails. They’ll also start eating out of a dish.

Week 5:

Puppies start playing with toys.

Week 6:

The puppies are learning how to really use their paws and mouths and control their bodies.

Weeks 7-8:

Puppies are almost fully developed. You should be able to see the pups’ personalities.