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Boz

Here is 4 month old Boz, a German Shepherd puppy in training. He is wearing a small red ID Cape dog vest. It looks a bit large now, but he is growing quickly and soon it will be too small.

Boz comes from imported German bloodlines. He will be Schutzhund trained, and may also do Search and Rescue work.

His owner says, "He loves wearing his vest!"

Davy

Mobility Dog Davy wearing his ID Cape dog vest while being trained by Phoenix Assistance Dogs
Davy is a six month old Labradoodle puppy, who is being trained by Linzey Zoccola of Phoenix Assistance Dogs (PAD) in Pennsylvania. Linzey says:

PAD Davy is being trained to provide mobility assistance for an individual with a physical disability. He is a Labradoodle. In this photo he is practicing basic obedience at Hershey Chocolate World!

Davy is outfitted with PAD patches, our Please Don’t Pet Me patch, and an ID Cape dog vest which is one of the custom items Wolf Packs makes for training dog organizations. Please contact Wolf Packs if you run a program and need to outfit the dogs you train.

Devo and Ty Bo

Dogs For The Deaf hearing dogs Devo and Ty Bo wear their orange ID Cape dog vests while working
Devo (Lab cross) and Ty Bo (Poodle/Pomeranian cross) trained by Dogs For The Deaf in Oregon. They are wearing their orange ID Cape dog vests to identify them as Hearing Dogs. Here is some more information about the wonderful organization that trained these two special dogs.

For over 30 years, Dogs for the Deaf has been rescuing dogs from shelters, professionally training them, and placing them nationwide and in Canada with people who can benefit from their special training. Dogs for the Deaf trains Hearing Dogs to alert people who are deaf or hard of hearing to environmental sounds around them, Autism Assistance Dogs to provide increased safety and emotional bonding for children with autism, and Miracle Mutts who provide emotional support, therapeutic benefits, and a reason to live to people with a variety of physical, mental, and emotional challenges. These dogs are placed free of charge with applicants who need their assistance. Dogs for the Deaf is a non-profit organization funded totally by donations.
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