He’s exactly (and hilariously) right! Distracting a service dog or even asking its handler if you can pet it is about as inappropriate as asking someone if you can touch their prosthetic leg.
Sometimes we just have fun; at the expense of Wallace’s dignity.
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Meet Bruno, the newest pack member at Grapevine K9.
I adopted him today from the Grapevine Animal Shelter and Adoption Center where has lived for the past two months after being picked up on the streets with no collar or ID. The shelter is nearing capacity and if folks don’t adopt some of the current animals soon…well, some hard decisions will have to be made by those folks, so please help them out if you can.
Bruno is now microchipped and spending one more night in a kennel for neutering at Northwest Animal Hospital in Grapevine.
Tomorrow afternoon his world will change forever, when he comes to his forever home with a nice big yard, two other pack members, daily exercise and training regimen, and some of the best dog food on the planet, Merrick’s Buffalo Sweet Potato Recipe.
Once Bruno recovers from his little operation, he will undergo Grapevine K9 basic and advanced obedience training, and then start accompanying me as I make my rounds conducting dog training sessions all over the Dallas/Fort Worth metroplex area.
I’ve visited Bruno for the last couple of days at the shelter and he has an outstandingly friendly temperament and loves people and other dogs.
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