Richard AtchesonRichard Atcheson Northern USAPosts: 3,570Member
edited 14 January, 2011 in Service & Therapy Dogs An owner trained dog preforming what could be a life saving task? At least it will help educate people that dogs can do more than guide the visually impaired.


  • Veronica MorrisVeronica Morris El Cerrito/SF Bay areaPosts: 14,677Member
    edited 14 January, 2011
    ARe you talking about the story about the pittie trained to sniff out peanuts? Good job for the dog! I think their comment at the end about the first pittie trained for service type work was pretty funny. Obviously they've not been to this forum! I keep telling hubby I think he would do well with a SD for his Multiple Chemical Sensitivities, but he is not up for the SD lifestyle he says. We would have to have the dog trained by someone else for the scent work, like they did, because hubby wouldn't be able to be around the things he is sensitive to.
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