Don’t Make The Mistake I Made While Training My Own Puppy For Medical Alert Work
Byron from Indiana has our question of the week. Byron has narcolepsy and wants to train his own dog. He may be interested in one of our imprinted puppy litters so he can start with the best dog possible to ensure his success in training his own dog. He wants to know if we have any quick and simple tricks we can tell him to help his dog become a confident puppy who enjoys his job and is happy being in the public. When I answer this question, you are gone to hear some raw bitter truth Ive been scared to share and how it almost ruined two of my service dog candidates. See what my tip is and how you can prevent from making the same mistake in this weeks Medical Alert Dog Monday video.
So what do you think of our answer? Do you think I should have shared how my negativity almost ruined my dogs chances of becoming happy, healthy, public accessible service dogs? Do you think this tip will help you?