Meet Domino, an adorable Labrador puppy who’s decided that she’s going to grow up to be a service dog so she can help veterans in need. How cool is that?
According to the original uploader on Vimeo, “Chocolate labrador, Domino is taking her first steps towards becoming an assistance dog. Here, Veterans With Dogs’ Head of Behaviour and Training, Kirsten Dillon explains what qualities a good assistance dog has, in order to help its veteran.”
This video is an eye opener and to be a service dog is really no joke. Our fur balls need to undergo three types of training – manners, obedience with proofing (aka public access skills), and task training. This training typically takes 18-24 months. yes that’s correct. Take a look at this video and don’t forget to like and share it with your friends too!
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