Chad and his dog
April 26, 2007 5:26am CST
Hi everyone, I want to tell you about the new job that I have I take care of a handicap child, that is 16, and he has a Service Dog. this dog is so smart, He can turn off light swith pick up keys, he has 30 commands, that he does, he is very well trained. He helps this Kid alot. the Dog name is Parnell. and the kids name is Chad. his Mothere is a teacher and his father is a Superintendent for a School. They are very nice people. I might even travel, with them, so the Kid can go on Vaction with then, Chad loves to swim. here is the website about him and his dog. www.chadsdog.com it is very interesting take a look, and the Boy is just as smart as he can be, He has some kind of Syndrome. very nice kid, cute as he can be, he even knows how to turn on dishwasher help out with doing thing. likes to be independent. he will say let me do it. Sweet kind we will get along fine. I will be gone all day I am working long hour with him today. He does go to School. I am working part-time but I will get alot of hours in, if I happened to be on computer today, I will check back with you guys. everyone have a good day!
• United States
26 Apr 07
Well,Marciascott..you have a very beautiful and rewarding job..I am sure you will get more then money out of this job..Chad looks to be a very beautiful kid and his parents are to be praised for their embracing of their child's handicap..Let us know how your days go..since it will be interesting reading..Be assured our prayers are with you..but I see that you will feel quite blessed ;)+
• United States
28 Apr 07
I too, work a part time job. I give constant care to my deaf daughter, when she is not in school. We have two ten month old pups and they have helped my daughter open up to new friendships around the neighborhood. The dogs are very smart and I hope they will assist her in the ability to watch out out for dangers. She plays with her younger sister, but she can't always be her "ears", so I'm hoping the pups will become atuned in helping her with outside influences. Best of luck with you and your situation. Have fun and enjoy the miracles that disabled people can bring into our lives.