Amber is such a smart pooch that she is begining to read “little words like ‘if and it” ( according to Dr Suess). this post is now updated below.
Update: Amber Service-Dog-In-Training is no longer 9 weeks old, but 9 months old. Read below about Amber new skills.
Ha! Ha! April Fools!
Training a puppy to be service dog is not that famous nor glamorous. It is a huge responcibility to be a the person who trains a dog to work for some one who needs assistance.
As I write I am reminding myself that puppies and toddlers have more than 3 things in common that we need to be aware of with our new service-dog-in-training.
1) All babies leak. 2) Don’t understand English 3) Eat and try to explore everything with the mouth
2 more bonus points to remember about toddlers and puppies;
4.Need for a loving grown up’s time and energy to keep them safe while learning how to “make good choices.” .