A Visit To Crossroads School With Lennox

Crossroads School does a lot of fundraising for SAGA every year, and SAGA tries to ensure they have a couple of visits with puppies a year.
As Lennox still gets very excited when he’s around children, the school visits are an important part of his learning curve.
Sitting quietly and calmly and ignoring the children as they speak to him and touch him is the aim of the exercise.

Mobbed!  Sitting quietly and calmly and ignoring the children as they speak to him and touch him is the aim of the exercise.

Mobbed! Sitting quietly and calmly and ignoring the children as they speak to him and touch him is the aim of the exercise.

Lennox in his jacket, waiting for the break bell so we could join the grade 0s on the playground.

Lennox in his jacket, waiting for the break bell so we could join the grade 0s on the playground.

Mobbed!  Sitting quietly and calmly and ignoring the children as they speak to him and touch him is the aim of the exercise.

Mobbed!
Sitting quietly and calmly and ignoring the children as they speak to him and touch him is the aim of the exercise.

The kids loved Lennox's "high five" trick!

The kids loved Lennox’s “high five” trick!

Puppy Ulundi was the youngest pup in attendance at the school visit.

Puppy Ulundi was the youngest pup in attendance at the school visit.

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Guide Dog puppy raisers for SA Guide-Dogs, our pet cats are exclusively indoor cats, and our dogs live mostly inside!

Posted on April 1, 2014, in behavioural conditioning, GDApupLennox, puppies, puppy raising, puppy walking, SA Guide-dogs, training. Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.

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