Just a quick note to say hi! I like your notes. The teamworks books are awesome. They are made for any disability. Of course my challenge is being disabled with two deaf dogs. I took Fiona and Mike took Grady to dog class last night. She is the only puppy in the class. We train in town. Last night in front of a grocery store.
Just a quick note to say hi! First a dog needs obedience training then the Canine Good Citzenship. Then two years of training for special things to help you. Grady picks up things. He is a mobility dog. He has a harness I can hang on to. He braces when I fall so I can climb on him to get up. He pulls me out of a seated position. He goes in bathroom stalls and on elevators. Mostly he has to stay.
Just a quick note to say hi! Baxter sounds great. Fiona is a tornado. She is really smart and keeps up in obedience class. We tried her out on agility and she was natural on the weave polls and teeter totter. She did okay on jumps. I am training my 4 year old foxhound to take my older deaf dalmatian's place as my service dog. He has been to the hospital three times with me. His named Grady so we have the three.
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