Although we were almost sure Don would be a good match, the only way to find out if there’s really a click is to let him stay with me for a week. On January 15th the big day came.
One of the questions that came up multiple times while going through the process of matching me with a Service dog was: ‘How are you going to know where the dog is and if he’s completed a task for
A little more than a week to go, and then the season starts, at least for us, again. Which season, well, the show season.
After applying for a service dog, the process continues with an assessment. My assessment started with a phone call.
Getting undressed, picking something up when you drop it or even just grabbing your shoes from the floor. They’re things many of us do without thinking. They’re part of daily routine.
The OFA has made a list of all dog breeds. On this list is a ranking system to see how many hipdysplasia presents itself in a breed. There are 173 breeds on this list.
Last week I wro
In lack of a good independent document to document the physical exam I made a protocol of my own.
A few months have passed since I was looking for a puppy. A French Bulldog puppy to be precise. The Idea to breed was already there. If the girl was healthy inside and out of course.
‘Would you be interested in a weekly column for a new digital dog magazine?’ I am looking at the message on my screen. ‘What, me?’ I wonder myself instantly. This is also what I write back.