Google shows very clearly that these are entirely unfounded.” The action alone was however not enough Elfert. We have to make this used, attention to the topic as a primer and to show that both sides, human like dog, benefit from a common productive day”, as she discussed their plans. Most importantly, to take the companies with concrete measures of unfounded fears and doubts.” It is offering new and unique in Germany, the certification of own dog to the official working companion dog. Workers when the employer or potential employer with the employment-assistance dogs pass (ABHP) can “demonstrate the suitability of your dog as a daily Office Companion.” In a 1.5-day workshop the dog brush up on their dog knowledge, legal questions are clarified and human / dog teams take different tests. Simulates many situations of a normal and especially hectic Office everyday. Dogs in the Office must behave absolutely safe and socially towards other people, especially, if it even comes to conflict situations”, explains their workshop concept Elfert.
The dog may disrupt the work processes in any way and he may behave especially not unpredictable. We check this in many practical simulated situations off.” Man and dog take these exams in the workshop with success, the dog receives the work guide dogs pass (ABHP) “.” Elfert offers advice to interested employers, which are open across the Office dog. Target is always taken for granted the Office dog as a daily companion for self-employed persons, as well as for employees and employers to make.” Background Patricia Elfert is a freelance coach and management trainer for personal and professional development, as well as founder of the coaching concept coachdogs. You dealt intensively with the effects of the human/animal relationship on interpersonal relationship and keeps this numerous lectures and workshops and writing journalistic articles. 2008 her coach dogs concept by BDVT e.V. with the international German training award in Silver “won out. Information about the work-companion dogs pass (ABHP) / working companion dog contact: Patricia Elfert Tannenweg 25B 21224 Rosengarten telephone 0 41 05. 58 65 66