New rescue Que has seriously not stopped smiling since we rescued him last week. 🐾💕🐾 Que is a 3 year old, 13 pound hypoallergenic Poodle mix. He is a very happy little guy, good with other dogs, and feeling super playful. 💖 He has a foster, but is available to adopt! Apply at DWB.pw/adopt-app
✔️The Poodle is not allowed in the house.
✔️Okay, the poodle is allowed in the house but only in certain rooms.
✔️The poodles can get on the old furniture only.
✔️the poodle is allowed on all the furniture, but is not allowed to sleep on the bed.
✔️Okay, the poodle is allowed to sleep on the bed, but only by invitation.
✔️The poodle can sleep on the bed whenever he wants, but not under the covers.
✔️The poodle can sleep under the covers by invitation only.
✔️The poodle can sleep under the covers every night.
✔️Humans must ask permission to sleep under the covers with the poodle.
Maybe hemp could help with your angsty poodle!
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The actual point of having a service animal is for them to perform work that will help us—it’s a partnership. They love to have jobs, we love the increase in quality of life. Win win.
A service dog, as defined by the Americans with Disabilities Act, is “a dog that has been individually trained to do work or perform tasks for an individual with a disability.” Meaning, “the dog must be trained to take a specific action when needed to assist the person with a disability.”
It doesn’t matter how well mannered your dog is if it can’t or doesn’t task. Of course public etiquette is an extremely important part of what makes a dog a service dog, but the tasking is ultimately what will be their purpose in accompanying you. Manners should be priority, and in addition to tasking—they get their legal rights.
This doesn’t mean that a dog who’s got his retrievals down pat can get a free pass to bark at strangers approaching his handler. Nor does it refer to invalidation if you don’t need your dog to task while running an errand.
There can be an awkwardness to your dog tasking, especially in the early stages where it’s rough around the edges. Practice makes progress with task training. Don’t be afraid to train because your dog’s tasks aren’t squeaky clean. Sloppiness is inevitable and condemning such would do more harm than good. Not working on their tasks out of embarrassment due to them not always being smooth will not be beneficial to the eventual assistance your service dog is supposed to provide you with.
I would rather see a dog who’s tasks are messy over a dog who’s paraded around and doesn’t know jack shit.
You see this empty tongue? There is zero bacon. Please refill at earliest convenience. Thank you! #tot
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🐾🤗 #TOT 🤗🐾
Favorite day of the week! Get ready for a day filled with tongues out ready to give kisses🐶🐶🐶🐶!
Zaya is enjoying her deserved rest after following me 18 km on the bike today. ( total 7km uphill ). I took this picture on our ”ZIEL” -Mountain cabin on Tegelberg ( Bavarian Alps). .
I love long mountain hikes or bike rides with my dogs. As well I am very careful that my speed doesn't exceed 11km/h, and I am always looking for softer terrain like grass or gravel. Gravel is an excellent terrain for dogs paws.
There are so many benefits from exercising your dogs regularly:
➡️ Better exercise for your dog leads to a healthier, happier, longer life. ➡️ Leads to the stronger bond between you and your dog.
➡️ Your dog will be less destructive or anxious.
➡️ Your dog will eat & sleep better.
➡️ Not to mention - your dog will develop beautiful musculature, will have healthier stool which leads to shinier coat etc.
➡️ Your dog will have way more fun. 💯 👉How do you exercise your dogs??