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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 DogsDog SafetyInformation 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

    • Counseling Help

    • Guard chickens?


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 CHAMPS - Communication

Smile and use a calm voice

Use voice level 1 or 2


Dog CHAMPS Help

Raise your hand to get attention

Ask the handler your question


Dog CHAMPS Activity

Reading help over the summer

Learning presentations during the school year


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 CHAMPS Participation

Petting and learning,

Treat with love and respect


Dog CHAMPS Success

Copper gets a good report card,

Students learn something new

There are more smiles


Reading Dog Body Language


Dog Safety / Strange Dog Be a Tree


Dog Safety with Handler


Copper’s Commands

  • Words and hand commands

    • Sit

    • Down

    • Stay

  • Other commands

    • Find It

  • Questions?


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