It’s not often a Demo dog retires

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A “Demo Dog” is a dog trainer’s best partner. They show the dog trainer’s skills. They also need to be an ambassador for the training facility.

Woofie holding command with distractions

Woofie holding command with distractions

Not every dog can be a “Demo Dog.” A “Demo Dog” needs to have a calm attitude around strangers, children, adults, other dogs, and moving traffic. They should also have lots of energy and be in good physical shape to be able to work a full week at a time.   And even though they’re pretty special, they need to really like what I do.

Woofie, the demo dog, has been a valuable member of the Acme Canine Resource Center.  After 10 years of service, he is retiring.

We invite you to share in acknowledging his life and accomplishments.  Join us for a family friendly carnival atmosphere from 1:00pm to 3:00pm on Sunday, May 4, 2014 as we recognize a great demo dog.   There will be entertainment by The Top Priority Band, a dog carting demonstration, hand-on first aid for dogs courtesy of Scales, Tails & Paws, information on dog insurance, refreshments by Antonio’s Pizzeria of Westerville, dog toys for sale by All R Friends and more.