A kindergarten teacher and his service dog in Sacramento are teaching students lessons of the mind and heart.
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a wheelchair he broke his neck in a diving accident he has his service dog Rex, by his side Every day that I go to work I take Rex with me It’s Mr Peets and Rex, We go hand in hand if I’m… dropping stuff on the ground, he’s there to help me out Up you go. Good boy
get a book and read. They just need someone to listen to them
let them practice their reading skills they can pet him for a while until they calm down He’s so cute and adorable And I like to read to him. Rex makes me feel good When I have the leash and he’s hooked up to me he is so excited to be out there with the kids
at first they’re afraid he’s part of their family at the end of the school day a service dog “Come on Rex. Come on, come on, come on!” how can I help you? What can I do for you? I’m here for you no matter what It typically takes 1 to 2 years to train a service dog Some typical tasks include picking up objects opening and closing doors,
It’s actually scientifically proven that dogs and their owners look similar. One 2004 study published in the journal Psychological Science found that people were able to match photos of dogs and their owners, based solely on physical similarities. And a 2015 study published in the journal Anthrozoös revealed that it’s similar eyes in particular that give the pairings away. Now, whether or not people seek out pups who look like them on purpose is still up for debate. But one thing is clear: Dogs who look like their owners is a common sight. And we have the proof. Check out these 25 identical canine-human duos and prepare to be amazed! READ MORE
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I’m gonna be really good at this this is gonna be fun for us to play along I was asked if i’m allergic to anything dogs always look like their owners chip looks like he’s probably a couch cuddler he’s a little sausage shaped he’ll do anything for a treat this is like a little sweetheart potentially a rescue this guy likes largebreeds for sure a tiny little dog like this he’s kind of pulling on the collar that that makes sense I’m actually a dog trainer a cute little puppy what type of person would own this beautiful collie if it was a rescue or not a more accurate guess it is a good thing if they are rescue dogs
Who better to see the world with than your best friend? Especially when your best friend is a dog. Tom Turcich of New Jersey and his adorable pooch Savannah have walked over 18,000 miles through the United States, Mexico, Costa Rica, Chile, Italy, Turkey and dozens of other countries over the past five years. It’s been a life-changing adventure. They’ve survived hardship, and they’ve experienced the kindness of strangers along the way. And they’ve still got miles to go.
You already know how good a friend your dog can be. What you might not have noticed is how much more you talk to other people when you’re out with your dog. You’re simply more likely to interact with other humans when your dog is with you than when you are out for a walk by yourself.
Having a dog also increases the chances you’ll go for walks and play in the park. It’s harder to skip your morning run when your exercise partner is bouncing excitedly at the door with his leash in his mouth. How can you tell him you want to skip walkies today?
Perhaps the practice in nurturing is the reason behind the observation that kids with dogs tend to be more empathetic than other kids, all else being equal. They also tend to be more popular with their schoolmates and have healthy self-esteem. These are all good things for a child’s emotional and social development, whatever the connection with their canine friend might be.Read more ›