After the consultation, she thought profoundly about our conversation. She thought it would be intriguing to find out what skills her new rescue dog owned. Could he have a particular gift of healing and calming? Could he be meant for much more than simply being her pet? Could he have a unique gift that she should nurture? So, she figured what the heck. Let’s give it a try. She enrolled him into a classes and certificate programs.
A client of mine rescued a dog in a local county shelter. The puppy was cute and scruffy tan terrier mix. Sort of similar to the famed movie star dog Benji. My client had gone to the county shelter hoping to find the ideal pet company for her and her family. She didn’t have any particular breed in mind and has been hoping to feel a relationship with a few of the dogs. The dog hadn’t come from some distinct pure-bred pedigree. He was potty trained, friendly, and a little mischievous and always curious about exploring everything and everybody around him. As in many cases with dogs who are adopted from an animal refuge, very little else was known about his or her background. Depending on the connection she had with the puppy, she determined it would be well worth a chance bring him home and see if he fits in with the family.
He excelled in each course and passed each test with flying colors. He’s now licensed and has logged countless hours of service work. He is in high demand and has become a local star.