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Photos: Capitals After nearly two years of training and hard work and graduating from America’s VetDogs on Sunday, Captain’s moment has finally come. On Wednesday, the official service dog was matched with retired U.S. Marine Corps Master Sgt. Mark Gwathmey.
Screencap: @CapsPup Graduation season is still underway as students are moving their tassels from right to left and starting a new chapter in their life. Starting that new chapter is Captain, the Washington Capitals team dog and former service dog … Continue reading
Photo: @CapsPup It’s been a little over two weeks since Captain, the Washington Capitals team dog, returned to America’s VetDogs in Smithtown, New York, to undergo final preparations and training to graduate to then be placed with a veteran or … Continue reading
Captain’s time with the Washington Capitals has officially come to an end. After attending his last Capitals game on Saturday, the service dog in-training will be departing soon to America’s VetDogs, a non-profit organization based in Smithtown, New York, to … Continue reading
Photo: @Capitals It was a bittersweet afternoon at Capital One Arena as Captain, the Washington Capitals’ team dog and service dog in-training, attended his last Capitals game as a member of the team. He will be leaving the Capitals in … Continue reading
After a day off on Tuesday, the Washington Capitals returned to work on Wednesday for their eighth day of training camp at MedStar Capitals Iceplex. The team will hold practices through Saturday before departing for Toronto on Sunday. The Capitals … Continue reading
Break out the birthday cake plush dog toy. Grab some balloons and party hats. The day has finally come. Captain turns one-year-old today!! In this piece, I wanted to take a look back on some of my favorite (very hard … Continue reading
Submit A Photo, Video Wishing Captain A Happy First Birthday to be Featured on Capitals or CapsPup Social Media
Photo: @CapsPup Captain turns one on July 22 and the Washington Capitals are working on a surprise for the lovable team dog and service dog in training. Submit a photo or video message for your chance to be featured on … Continue reading
Photo: @Capitals The NHL Fan Choice Awards are back and the Washington Capitals have nominations in five different categories. Voting is open and ends on June 1.
Photo: @CapsPup Today is National Superhero Day, which honors superheroes both real and fictional. The NHL team pups sent a special message to frontline healthcare workers calling them “everyday heroes”, especially in the midst of the Coronavirus pandemic.