People Can’t Stop Looking At These Service Dogs Watching A Billy Elliot Performance

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People Can’t Stop Looking At These Service Dogs Watching A Billy Elliot Performance

 

Service dogs are the cutest and most hardworking dogs. These dogs are trained very hard so that they can help their handlers in every way possible. People.com, a website that provides news about celebrity and human-interest stories, shared a story about a different side of these adorable aides. 

 

Photo Credits: via K-9 Country Inn Working Service Dogs Website

 

In the report, People.com stated that some adorable service dogs were in training when they were spotted at a Billy Elliot performance. Netizens went crazy as a lot of hilarious pictures emerged on social media. The photos show different kinds of pooches patiently lined up and waiting in their seats as they watched a production of Billy Elliot at the Stratford Festival in Southern Ontario recently.

The trained dogs ranged in breed from small poodles to Golden Retrievers. These dogs were actually present at the said performance in order to practice helping their owners move throughout the busy theater. This training also helps the dogs behave while they are in the middle of a crowd. 

 

Photo Credits: K-9 COUNTRY INN WORKING SERVICE DOGS via People.com

 

“It’s important to prepare the dogs for any activity the handler may like to attend,” Laura Mackenzie, owner and head trainer with K-9 Country Inn Working Service Dogs, said in an interview with CBC Radio. It is also said that the theater was very generous because it gave them the opportunity to expose the dogs to different stimuli such as lights, loud noises, and movement of varying degrees. 

 

Photo Credits: K-9 COUNTRY INN WORKING SERVICE DOGS via People.com

 

These dogs need this kind of training because it will help their handlers navigate through the said environment. These service dogs will also learn how to fit into bathrooms and other areas that their handlers need to access.

Despite the cuteness that these dogs were showered with in the said event, they experienced a hard time ignoring other attendees and the food around them. 


 

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