Multigenerational Australian Labradoodles

Blossom’s Journey To Be a Service Dog

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8/29/13 7:49 am
Training morning walk with bikes. Leave it command.
Watch squirrels, rabbits, raccoons, other dogs, and joggers at White Rock Lake, Dallas. We are so blessed.
Thanks so much for our Blossom. She brings sunshine to all she meets. A joy seriously to train.

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8/31/13 10:00 am
Blossom training with …Watch command, Leave it command for squirrels, ducks, and geese

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9/3/13 6:23 pm
She may be damp for dinner. Funny girl. Hot
Afternoon

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9/26/13 10:31 am
UB and Blossom with Ginger. Blossoms training at Dallas Arboretum with squirrels, birds, ducks. Command: Leave it. Also lots of kids and seniors as well.

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10/7/13 11:30 am
Training today with visit with kids. We love to spread Animal Assisted Therapy. Love UB and Blossom 7 months

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10/28/13 2:00 pm
Public Access Training to sit and stay on a path. Blossom is watching the stream
below. Blossom is being mentored by a 7 year old Certified Medical Alert Service Dog named UB. They lived and trained together daily for 5 months in basic obedience, and skills for CGC Canine Good Citizen test that Blossom will take at 1 year of age. All Service Dogs in training are socialized in public from a young age with their trainer/pup raiser. Exposing a service dog in training to soccer games, football, concerts, doctors’ offices, church, restaurants are all places they will visit with their owner once certified at 2 years of age.

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11/4/13 11:57am
Maxine, it is me, Blossom. Ii want you to know that I passed Leave it command today for squirrels, bunnies and birds that quack a lot. I miss you and love training, and now wear a vest. I am learning skills to pass the CGC canine Good Citizen test at
1 year old. xxoo forever Blossom 7mo

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11/4/13 2:59 pm
Blossom helping in shoe department

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11/16/13 1:00 pm
Blossom attending an open air concert, Learning, to be comfortable around a crowd, as well as musical instruments. Blossom is also learning to not beg when people are eating at a picnic. She had a chew toy antler to keep her occupied.

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11/19/13 12:58 am
We are training with kids and squirrels, too . Blossom is trying to watch squirrels and Leave it command not barking or lunging towards them. There is a beautiful waterfall in the background and red maple..

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12/10/12 2:03 pm
Blossom visiting with children after church service

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12/14/13 2:08 pm
By the Christmas tree

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12/15/13 4:28 pm
Reindeer Blossom is ready to help Santa. Her antlers sing jingle bells.
Cuteness from today.
Christmas 2013 at 10 months of age, Blossom was placed into a loving home with 3 children to continue her training. Her training will continue with the mother attending weekly training sessions with her service dog trainer. Blossom and UB will meet each other weekly to train as well as to romp and just be dogs.
Our goal will be at 1 yr to pass her CGC test (Canine Good Citizen ) and begin to do AAT (Animal Assisted Therapy) in her home/ and volunteer in her community . Blossom will continue to learn alerting skills to assist her new mother. Our goal is to be able to mature and complete training and pass her skills test and Public Access Test at 2 years of age to become a Certified Medical Alert Service Dog.

UB, a certified service dog, is Blossoms mentor . They lived and trained together daily for 5 months. Having a stable balanced mentor helps a service dog in training as the older dog models appropriate behavior and skills to go in public and follow Assistance Dogs International guidelines. UB is a 7 years old Multi Generational Australian Labradoodle and a Certified Medical Alert Service Dog  with Hawaii Fido Service Dogs a 501(c) 3 non profit accredited with Assistance Dogs International since 2007. He assists his owner/trainer,  Judy Suan with "Pawsatively Sharing Aloha "- In Dallas and Hawaii since 2010 training Therapy Dog Teams  and Service Dogs for those with Disabilities other than Blindness. He also volunteers weekly with Equest Hooves for Heroes, a Therapeutic Horseback Riding  Center with Wounded Warriors/Veterans who have served our USA.

UB, a certified service dog, is Blossoms mentor . They lived and trained together daily for 5 months. Having a stable balanced mentor helps a service dog in training as the older dog models appropriate behavior and skills to go in public and follow Assistance Dogs International guidelines. UB is a 7 years old Multi Generational Australian Labradoodle and a Certified Medical Alert Service Dog  with Hawaii Fido Service Dogs a 501(c) 3 non profit accredited with Assistance Dogs International since 2007. He assists his owner/trainer,  Judy Suan with “Pawsatively Sharing Aloha “- In Dallas and Hawaii since 2010 training Therapy Dog Teams  and Service Dogs for those with Disabilities other than Blindness. He also volunteers weekly with Equest Hooves for Heroes, a Therapeutic Horseback Riding  Center with Wounded Warriors/Veterans who have served our USA.

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