Service Dog Intro Comic Strip
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This is Buddy. He's a two-year-old dog that belongs to Julia.
This is Julia. A few months ago she was in an accident that left her in a wheelchair. She wants to be able to train buddy to help her out.
Would Buddy make a good service dog?
What would my day as a service dog look like?
An important part of your day is training. It is recommended that we spend some time training each day. This is where we practice things such as obedience, tasks, and cue recognition.
Any time that you spend assisting me can be classified as work. But don't worry, Buddy! Your day won't be only work and training. You will also spend your time relaxing, playing and resting.
That's right! I need plenty of rest so I can stay alert throughout the day and not miss any of your cues
Do I need to wear my harness all the time?
No. However, having a harness or vest on lets many dogs know that they are working and allows them to perform their job correctly.
There are many pros to having a service dog. They make great company, open up new possibilities, and allow you to be more independent. I look forward to training Buddy better!
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