After Loki's search work last Sunday, Juno also went back to work in her part-time Therapy Dog gig. She's been on medical leave since November for her mysterious illness and in Physical Torture Therapy and I didn't want to freak people out with all her shavings.
Yes, Internet, I'm mean. I make my Siberian work! But I donno. I think she may like it.
"Hey Juno! Are you ready to go to give your dog and pony, err, dog and trick show for your adoring fans?"
"Oh my DAWG Mom! I'm so excited to go back to work!"
"Ok, I'll take this as a 'yes!' "
Vest. Check. Tricky Siberian. Check. Lets go cheer some people up!
One of these days, I'll post her bags of tricks in video format. She's literally one of those entertainer types that just loves to take center stage. And the patients love her.
They say that shy dogs don't make good therapy dogs. I say "phoey." Teach your dog some really fun show-stopping tricks and watch how fast they come out of their shell when their audience ooo's and ahhh's and claps with joy. Juno literally went from a shy wall flower to a huge hambone in just a few months!
No cash for the treat jar but you'd like to show the love? No problem! Connect with me on LinkedIn and endorse my creative writing skills. Let me know how the pups and I can love ya back!
"Your project is guaranteed to meet superior Siberian standards or I will fatally masticate it. You have my "woo" on that!"
"I keep your project safe from crows, coyotes, and flies. I prefer to be paid in salmon treats and tennis balls."
"I manage the treat jar & the staff's daily payroll of cookies and bones. The staff is excellent at math and let me know when I come up short."