Service dog in training Clutch is providing joy during COVID-19 while visitors aren’t being allowed into care facilities. He’s doing a great job of bringing smiles to those who may be feeling lonely due to the current restrictions in place, as well as the employees who may be feeling overwhelmed by the current circumstances.
Service dog in training Clutch is a 10 month old golden-doodle puppy who has the opportunity to go to work with his super puppy raiser everyday at a long-term care facility. When service dog in training Clutch goes to work, it’s normal for him to bring smiles to those around him, but we feel during this difficult time that his job is even more important. It can be difficult to continue having a positive attitude when there are so many uncertainties. While many people aren’t working during this time, or are working from home, service dog in training Clutch is still able to go to work nearly everyday and provide smiles to those around him. We are thankful that Clutch is still able to work and bring smiles to those around him.
A statement from his super puppy raiser, Renee, “Clutch is doing incredible with the tenants and staff at Meadowview Memory Care Village. In this time when we are in lockdown and can’t have any visitors, his job is even more important to comfort and bring smiles to everyone. I am so blessed to have this opportunity to spread his love and joy to care for the tenants at Meadowview.”
Learn more about becoming a puppy raiser, like Renee, here.