Puppies 14 - weeks and older will begin their basic training to cultivate their demeanor and behavior to become reliable family members and good citizens of Society with the potential of consideration as Service Dog Prospects.
Youngsters will have their training geared toward obtaining their Canadian Good Neighbor Certification (CGN).
Haseya Poodles demonstrate and exhibit some essential innate features that must be a part of the service animal’s character, so that he/she can become a good service dog. Some of these are:
• a friendly and stable temperament;
• experiencing joy when being around people;
• attachment to the owner.
Canine Good Dog Citizen Test (CGC), conducted by the American Kennel Club (AKC) and Canadian Good Neighbor (CGN) conducted by the Canadian Kennel Club (CKC) assesses temperament and trained behavior.
CGC & CGN is a requirement for most therapy-dog programs.
These are certification programs that test dogs that have the training and demeanor to be reliable family members as well as good-standing community members. The testing takes place in a busy public area, such as a shopping mall. Testing includes the following: