Jazzi Danz'r, CGC,Therapy D

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"Therapy Paw and Tail Waggin Tutor♥"

Age: 6 Years   Sex: Female
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Thanks PDPC four my honorz

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"Thanks PDPC four my honorz"

I was this little at three months old

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"I was this little at three months old"

Did you say sit?

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"Did you say sit?"

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My favorite hang-out

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"My favorite hang-out"

My sticker gift for my readers

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"My sticker gift for my readers"

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Feature in the "Family Dog Magazine"

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"Feature in the "Family Dog Magazine""

Keeping a watchful eye

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"Keeping a watchful eye"

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Jazzibel...Jazzbo...pupper...Jaz a my Taz

Quick Bio:

Gotcha Date:
September 6th 2010

July 12th 2010

Everyone she see's...she is very friendly and forward

When her sisfur has her own chewie, she has to have it, even when she does not want it!

Favorite Toy:
Unstuffed squeakie Gotcha day toy and Green snake that honks!

Favorite Food:
Blue~small breed is my main diet...For treats I like Natural Balance Roll-A-Rounds~Crunchy Lamb with Rice, Mini Greenies and Grandma Lucy's Tidbits.♥

Best Tricks:
I can Fetch~Sit~Down~Stay~Leave it~shake~High Fives~Place~kisses~Back-Flips~ and I am learning to dance.

Arrival Story:
We wanted company for Harley Diva-Girl because she would just whine and cry at times, as though she was loney. So, we brought Jazzi Danz'r home. They share the same Fur-momma. She is very sweet and friendly. She will go up to any stranger and introduce herself. She likes to give lots of smoochies and licks, but likes to go for the ears and nibbles on them. When she get's tired, she will flop down anywhere and take a snooze. She looks surprising older than her sisfur. She had three other siblings and was considered the bully and bold one. She loves to eat. Jazzi likes all chewies. She is a Non-barker,loves the water and snow. Because of her kind nature towards children, she is also a Tail-Wagging Tudor. She passed her CGC and Therapy dog test and is now a certified Therapy Dog with TDI.

I am a Lavender Merle Parti Pomeranian.

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I've Been On Dogster Since:
August 18th 2010 More than 6 years!

Rosette, Star and Special Gift History

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for 2575 days

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The Diaries of Jazzi Danz'r a Fur Danzer

Careful notez bout MERSA four TDI pups!!!

November 7th 2014 8:24 am
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Chezk dis linkz bout MERSA and pupziez....

Q: My pet is a therapeutic animal which visits patients (eg, nursing homes or health-care settings), do I have to take special precautions?

A: Yes. Because health-care environments may be at risk for MRSA infection and transmission, there are certain precautions you should take to insure the health of the patient, your animal, and you. There are guidelines for therapeutic animals in animal-assisted interventions (AAIs). The AAI guidelines recommend:

•That you consult your veterinarian as a good source of advice in handling your therapeutic pet
•Good hand hygiene by all who encounter the animal, both before and after touching the animal
•Licking should be prevented, as well as "shaking paws" – even if the animal's paws are clean before they enter the health-care facility, the floors may be contaminated
•Handlers are restricted to bringing one animal during each visit, and must keep the animal on a leash or in a carrier
•Animals should be restricted to interaction only with the patients and their families
•When placing an animal on a bed, a clean towel or absorbent pad should be placed between the pet and the bed linens
•No animals should visit patients in isolation units
•Although therapeutic animals are expected to be clean, bathing an animal prior to each visit is not recommended, unless the animal smells or is soiled.............

Wee nevfurz visitz anyz patientz in isolation placez....and TDI rulez us two always bee furry newlyz cleanz befur eacz vizitz.


Thanz palz and PDPC♥

July 12th 2014 8:16 pm
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Thanz palz and PDPC four mez bestezt bifdayz everz.
I had loadz of funz in the poolz on a floaty.

PDPC welpedz mez celebrtz wiff makin mez a Royal todayz..thanz sew furry mooch!

Dogster willz snotz lefts mez two sendz thanz two palz....sorry!
Huggs anda lickz



June 5th 2014 7:21 am
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mez a Diaryz pickerz todaz!!!
Thanz HQz♥

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