Ryker, a German Shepherd, tried his hand at working in the service industry. The only thing stopping him is that he is so obsessed with tennis balls that he failed his service dog training.
Despite that, he’s still cute and entertaining to us, and we know that he’ll make a great dog companion and family pet.
For people with disabilities, service dogs are indispensable companions. They serve as a seeing eye for the blind, a source of therapy for the sad, and a means of assisting physically challenged people in their everyday activities. Service dogs undergo extensive training in order to excel at their tasks.
Ryker, a young German Shepherd puppy, tried to become a service dog, but he proved to be far too energetic for the job.
The internet has gone crazy over Ryker’s canine service training video, which was released by Double H Canine Academy. What is the reason for his viral video? He failed his test, particularly when tennis balls are involved.
For example, Ryker was required to keep an eye on a man who needed a walker and help him. There’s a tennis ball dangling from the walker’s legs. Rather than assisting the man, Ryker goes for the tennis ball.
Ryker was then assigned to assist a wheelchair-bound patient. He was ecstatically chasing a tennis ball and completely forgot about the patient as soon as the ball was thrown.
Ryker clearly lacks the necessary skills to be an effective service dog. But it doesn’t bother us too much.
This dog is a cute and adorable dog who can make a great family pet or companion, even if he failed his service dog training test. Ryker would fit in perfectly with any energetic family who enjoys throwing tennis balls.
Ryker’s failure to complete service dog training does not detract from his ability to be a good dog. His demeanor and temperament just aren’t up to the task.
Don’t worry, Ryker. You may have failed the test, but you did so in such a charming manner. And your training has given everyone something to smile about today.
Source: Double H Canine Training Academy