Canine Companions for Independence: Prue’s Sixth Month in Training

December 21st, 2017 by

A few months ago, Fiat Chrysler Automobiles announced a new product, the BraunAbility Chrysler Pacifica, and around the same time they also partnered up with Canine Companions for Independence to start a new initiative, the ‘Give a Dog a Job’ campaign, and that got us thinking … why not follow a local dog in training to become a service dog? So we reached out to the South Florida chapter of Canines for Companions for Independence and we met Sheryl (trainer) and Prue (dog).

Prue is currently 8 months old! She is very busy working on her social skills and doing very well!  Sheryl has been working on Prue’s ability to get in and out of the car on command, standing at counters, dropping items as well as leaving food and not touching things.

Cheryl traveled this month and Prue was foster watched with other Canine Companion puppy raisers. They had a full house as they all had two working dogs staying with them AND their own dogs — look at how adorable that picture is! Prue was perfect with the people and dogs and separation from her trainer was no issue for her.

If you would like to know more about the Braunability Chrysler Pacifica, reach out to us at Hollywood Chrysler Jeep.