Standard Poodles as Service Dogs -I do not drop my puppy price to move my poodles if ever one or two have not sold beyond 3 months of age - I donate them to Can Do Canines in the Twin Cities...for their excellent service in providing help to those with special needs. Your questions and donations to this well deserved group can be found here > //http://can-do-canines.org/
Can Do Canines
9440 Science Center Dr
New Hope, MN 55428
Ph. 763-331-3000, ext.111 coordinator
I estimate between 5-10 percent of our standard poodles go to be service dogs whether purchased by individuals for their needs or by groups to be trained to specific requirements for their contacts.
Here we have Heidi who helped raise money with a naming contest at Can Do Canines.
Heidi above is being trained by Sandy and showing off her stuff as well at the 2012 Halloween pageant.
Heidi is coming along awesome with her training.
She does all the basics and is opening doors and cupboards too.
She even takes my socks off at night.
She has been to many public places without any issues.
She loves to play with my pet dogs too.
She is such a loving dog. I will miss her when she is ready to go to a client.
Hope, is truly being at service with her trainers during the2012 Halloween pageant.
One of our pups, Hope, is at the Waseca prison in the Canine Can-Do-Canines puppy training program there and is doing very well.
Odu as a service dog in St. Paul, MN.
Check out this link to see if their is a puppy available for you: http://www.royalstandardpoodles.com/standardpoodlepuppiesforsale.html