Margaret Peiffer Tells Adventures of Service Dog in Juvenile Tale
In the book, Peiffer highlights the role of service dogs as the hands, legs, eyes or ears of a person with disabilities. Ana, a golden retriever, tells her experiences and day-to-day work with Amy, a blind elementary school student.
"Labrador retrievers and German shepherds are well suited for the work of a service dog. They have a love of people and great energy. They are strong, calm and patient. They do not chase other dogs, birds, squirrels or cats. They excel at all kinds of jobs when properly trained," Peiffer says.
"Eager to Serve: Diary of a Service Dog" teaches children about respecting animals at work. It also reminds readers that: "Life does not have to end because you have a disability."
A snippet from the book:
"You're never really happy until we try to brighten the lives of others." - Hellen Keller
About the Author
Margaret Peiffer worked for the federal government for 33 years in personnel management and retired in 1997. She started a second career that year as a volunteer reading specialist at Queen of Apostles Catholic School. She realized reading was the foundation to success in life.
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