Opal showed off her service dog tasks for another group of 50-75 local school children today who now have a better understanding of what service dogs do, and know that when the dogs are wearing their vests they are working and should not be petted. Following the presentation, the kids got to pet and interact with Opal once her vest was removed.
Opal was over-the-moon excited to strut her stuff today for about 100 local school children as part of a talk and demonstration we did on service dogs!
Miss Opal was invited to participate in the Stonehill Nursing Center talent show on Wednesday. She was the only canine entrant and demonstrated some of her "tricks" for a receptive audience of staff and residents at the center.
Cindy Ludwig met with veterinary assistant and grooming students today to assist them in solving training and behavior problems in the dogs they are working with as part of their learning experience at Kirkwood Community College in Cedar Rapids, Iowa.
Canine Connection is first "positively positive" U.S. dog training service to be listed on Ban Shock Collars website
Canine Connection LLC is committed to force-free animal training. We are the first "positively positive" dog training service in the U.S. to be listed on the Canadian website, Ban Shock Collars. See our listing here.