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Foley Monster, Pocket and River Song

A dog who has the patience for a school bus has the patience for anything

Granny Annie

I once had the opportunity to foster potential service dogs. The foster parents keep the pup until it is 18 months old and goes into real training (if qualified). I passed on the opportunity for a couple of reasons.

l. I knew it would be sad to let the puppy go.
2. I feared I would spoil the pup and cause it to fail the qualification test.

Hailey and Zaphod

That is a super cool story!

Comedy Plus

Yes, it is a good thing he's doing. Very good thing.

Have a fabulous day. ☺

yellowdoggranny

those people are saints.

Linda

A ride on a school bus tells the true test of a dog's patience.

Linda

cube

I'm glad there are people like Mr. Dempsey and dogs like Zorro.

Kailani

what an amazing man. Thanks for sharing, Jan!

Jodi

I love the connection dogs have with humans and am so glad they are so willing to work with those who need them.

I personally couldn't do this route for the same reasons Granny can't.

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