PTSD, TBI, MEDICAL ALERT, PSYCHIATRIC
Meet Cool Blizzard!!
Blizzard is a 1.5 year old, 60lbs., neutered Husky Lab Mix.
Blizzard is a sweet boy who knows some commands and is great with other dogs and cats. He is very gentle and sweet boy.
His loving and attentive demeanor would make him great as a PTSD Service Dog, in fact, in most areas of service work. His beautiful eyes are whiteish blue, making him a strikingly pretty dog.
Blizzard currently lives in a foster home with other dogs and loves to play.
Blizzard would be suited for a handler older than 7 years of age (regardless of gender), who would be able to exercise him regularly. For example, 15-20 minutes of activity, such as aerobics, or jogging daily. Spending a good part of the day on their feet.
Blizzard’s rescue requires an application process and a signed training contract with Service Dog Express.
Quick assessment of Blizzard:
- Is in good health
- Is willing to ‘snuggle’ and be held close
- Willing to be petted and touched on all parts of its body, including back legs and on the face without incident
- Makes good eye contact and holds contact for 10 seconds
- Seems to be genuinely interested its “person” and seeks attention
- Responds to praise and petting
- Allows hand in its mouth without incident
- Treat-motivated for training
- When walking, is more interested on its “person” than on other distractions (other people, dogs) – Responds to ‘leave it’
- Not easily frightened (a response to a loud noise is to be expected, but the dog should not show excessive fear)
- Is friendly, calm, and generally “laid back” around all ages of children and male and female adults
- Exhibits no excessive barking
- Shows absolutely NO signs of aggression toward other dogs or people
- Absolutely no history of aggression
- Dog is microchipped
- Up to date on vaccinations
- On monthly preventives
- Gets along with cats
We do not transport dogs as there are numerous dogs across the country that need a forever home and have the potential to be a Service Dog. Our dogs have been assessed as potential Service Dogs but have not been trained yet. That training occurs when paired with their handler. This enhances the bond between dog and owner.