During the Demo Amy talked about and showed how I help her be more independent in her day to day life. We showed how I can pick up dropped items: keys, a piece of paper, a credit card, and even her seat belt. Amy also talked about some of the other ways I can help her like: getting the phone, helping her out of her couch, pulling open doors and possibly even turning on/off light switches that are hard to reach. One thing she forgot to mention is how I can "speak" on command to alert others to the fact that she needs their help. Though I must say we are 1/3 in successful "speak" attempts, not because of me, but because of the fact that the people whose attention she was trying to get, couldn't hear me barking!
$500 pays for transporting puppies to puppy raisers across the country
$200 pays for healthy puppy costs for a pup’s annual check-up
$150 pays for a health screening for a dog entering training
$50 pays for two assistance dogs’ (blue) vests