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Working Dogs Dog Safety Information about Copper. Presented to the fantastic students at the Winona Elementary November 2012. Working Dogs. Therapy Dog Facility Dog Service Dog – do not pet. Copper ’ s Work. Facility Dog Crossing guard Playground supervision Reading Retriever

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Working dogs dog safety information about copper

Working DogsDog SafetyInformation about Copper

Presented to the fantastic students at the Winona Elementary

November 2012


Working dogs
Working Dogs

  • Therapy Dog

  • Facility Dog

  • Service Dog – do not pet


Copper s work
Copper’s Work

  • Facility Dog

    • Crossing guard

    • Playground supervision

    • Reading Retriever

    • Counseling Help

    • Guard chickens?


A dog in my class what should i do
A Dog in My Class?What should I do?

  • Approach – up to 3 students, walking slowly

  • Ask – ask for permission before petting any dog

  • Pet – scratch under the chin, be gentle

  • Goodbye – after one or two pets, say goodbye


Dog c hamps communication
Dog CHAMPS - Communication

Smile and use a calm voice

Use voice level 1 or 2


Dog c h amps help
Dog CHAMPS Help

Raise your hand to get attention

Ask the handler your question


Dog ch a mps activity
Dog CHAMPS Activity

Reading help over the summer

Learning presentations during the school year


Dog cha m ps movement
Dog CHAMPS Movement

Up to 3 students at a time

Walk slowly, stop 3 feet in front of dog, smile and wait for handler


Dog cham p s participation
Dog CHAMPS Participation

Petting and learning,

Treat with love and respect


Dog champ s success
Dog CHAMPS Success

Copper gets a good report card,

Students learn something new

There are more smiles





Copper s commands
Copper’s Commands

  • Words and hand commands

    • Sit

    • Down

    • Stay

  • Other commands

    • Find It

  • Questions?


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