If you're considering getting a therapy dog, here are some things to consider and what we do with all of our puppies!
First things first, we understand the importance of early neurological stimulation (ENS). We provide a nurturing environment where the puppies are gently exposed to various touch and sensory experiences during their crucial early development stages. This early stimulation helps to enhance their neurological health and creates a solid foundation for their future as therapy dogs.
Our puppies receive daily handling and exposure to different sounds, sights, and social situations. This intentional exposure helps them become well-rounded and adaptable, making them more comfortable and confident in various therapy environments. They are exposed to different noises, from doorbells to vacuum cleaners, to prepare them for unexpected sounds they may encounter while working as therapy dogs. They also become accustomed to meeting new people, interacting with other animals, and navigating different environments with ease. They are raised with love and care, which contributes to their friendly and gentle nature. They are quick learners and respond well to training, making it easier for them to grasp the specific skills needed for therapy work.
Their early exposure to various stimuli helps these pups become resilient and adaptable, which are crucial traits for therapy dogs. They are more likely to remain calm and composed in stressful situations and can provide comfort and support to individuals in need.
So, if you're in search of a therapy dog that has been carefully bred and prepared for their important role, Look no further. Not only do we priorotise the pups' physical health and well-being, but we also understand the importance of their mental and emotional development.
Remember, therapy dogs have the incredible ability to bring joy, comfort, and healing to countless lives. By choosing a breeder that uses a structured curriculum, you are not only getting an amazing companion but also making a positive impact on the world.
Feel free to reach out if you have any questions or if you're interested in learning more.