NEW HOPE, Minn. — “It’s like they’re coming to college and they’re going to find themselves here.”
That’s how Shenna Lemche, program trainer at Can Do Canines, describes the training process for her non-profit’s assistance dogs.
Although these special dogs are always learning, they usually arrive for this type of training when they are 15-months to 2 years old, and subsequently learn specific skills and discover what type of assistance dog they’ll be.
Cory Hepola traveled to Can Do Canines to see these awesome dogs in action.
Watch Cory’s video here.