This elevated bed is made by Kuranda.
Lexi has practiced with crate in the car, and the back of a SUV, and this is the car with the distraction of snow. Good dog!
Update from Haven’s boy (who has Landau-Kleffner Syndrome, which somewhat like autism). This is after he really practiced reading (sounding out words) for 15 minutes, then he wanted to read to Haven.
Grocery stores present lots of problems, the hardest perhaps being stopping/starting (and asking for sit) over as over, but others include keeping the dog from sniffing food, keeping dog from getting its tail run over, noisy carts, and crowded checkout lines.
From retired police officer Steve Warneke comes an an incredible presentation about PTSD, LEDS, and what these brave police officers go through daily.
Palmer the service dog in training for a girl with autism is pleased that both the post office and the bank had carpeted sections. Nice!!
New peer-reviewed study shows that adults in the study who watch a film of a child experiencing pain rated the child as having less pain if they are told that the child is named Samantha (rather than if they are told the child’s name is Samuel). Basically, they rate the girl as more over-reacting. :-(
If you watch (or listen, or read) the news tonight, this dog (Daniel) and this round pin on his vest (for MN State Dog proposal) will be on the news! The Minnesota Legislature is considering a bill to name the Minnesota State Dog as the Labrador Retriever, and they selected Pawsitivity Service Dogs to partner with this proposal! There’s even a website for it at https://www.mnstatedog.org/ Continue reading