About Happy Tails Service Dogs

Happy Tails Service Dogs Training is dedicated to the education and training of a person with a physical disability and a dog to become a working team. This in turn will lead to greater independence in their homes, neighborhoods and communities. Learned tasks are based on individual needs of the owner, thus enhancing their daily activities.

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Joyce Weber
(623) 580-0946
One West Sequoia Dr, Phoenix, AZ 85027

Marylin

On Wednesday, I started becoming ill while at work. I was able to make it home, but eventually, was so sick that I blacked out while in the bathroom and woke up on the floor. Thank goodness I did not close the bathroom door when I was in there, as I was able to call for Puebla’s help when I woke up. My call for help (my “Help Me” cry that I use with her when I need her) was a weak one, but she still was able to hear me over the sound of the T.V. in the family room. She came flying into the bathroom and I was able to instruct her to “find the phone”. Now both my cell phone and portable home phones were on the family room sofa along with the remote controls to my T.V. and VCR. Puebla was not phased by this. She promptly came back with my home telephone. I needed her to bring me my cell phone, as my numbers are stored in that one, so I commanded her to “find the phone” again and hoped for the best, hoping she wouldn’t be confused in thinking that she just brought it to me. In a matter of moments, she came back with my cell phone.

Marylin

 

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