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.
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.