Is a 5yr old to old of a Dog to Train for Seizure Alert Dog?
We r getting a 5yr old perfect health from my sister. She's German Sheppard mixed Husky. We tried train a puppy didn't work.
Unless the dog is already acting in that role in some regard already, yes, it is too old.
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