A working dog is a canine working animal, i.e., a type of dog that is not merely a
pet but learns and performs tasks to assist and/or entertain its human ...
Their considerable dimensions and strength alone, however, make many
working dogs unsuitable as pets for average families. And again, by virtue of their
By Kristina N. Lotz. While most of our dogs are spoiled pets that do no work
harder than begging for treats, many dogs were originally bred for working.
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Different ways dogs are used to assist humans in their work: search and rescue
dogs, police dogs, detection dogs, assistance dogs, therapy dogs.
International Cyberzine for Working and Sporting Dogs and the people who own,
breed, train, work, show, and passionately love them.
working-dog is a central hub for everything to do with dogs, and presents the long
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Clock In: A working dog refers to a canine working animal, i.e. a dog that is not
merely a pet but learns and performs tasks to assist and/or entertain its human ...
The education mission of the Working Dog Center includes a focus on our next
generation. We believe it is a mutually beneficial endeavor to expose today's kids
Anyone who is passionate about helping dogs live long, happy and healthy lives
would say that all dogs should have some sort of job. Giving a dog a job they.