This sweet dog appears in Disneyland and has an encounter with his favorite heroes

The shots from the journey couldn’t be more amazing.

This is Elijah, a cute working dog in training. But while he’s still learning the ropes when it comes to his future as a caring puppy fellow, Elijah is having a lot of fun along the way.

As a matter of fact, not so long ago, Elijah appeared in Disneyland and the shots from the journey couldn’t be more amazing.

Elijah, who turns 2 in May, has been with caregiver Ashley Wilt from the time when he was just 8 weeks old. Wilt is a free will for Canine Companions for Independence, a non-profit company that mates therapy puppies with people with disorders for free. “The aim of a puppy kennel is to raise a self-confident as well as a steady puppy who excels in professional training as well as ultimately has a future as a therapy dog,” Wilt told The Dodo. And Elijah’s training path includes getting used to new people as well as situations. But as you will see, it is not boring.

Wilt made up his mind to take Elijah to “The Happiest Place on Earth”, and this motto turned out to be true.

Elijah met his favorite heroes in the park. And they were cheerful as well to meet him.

“Elijah had an excellent time at Disneyland and I’m certain his tail never ceased moving,” Wilt said. But the journey was definitely more than just amusement.

“Although a journey to Disneyland is not commonly part of the daily routine of a working therapy dog, a lot of the things in the parks were things that he would encounter in the real world every day,” Wilt said.

“Every training walk we do is designed to assist him better get ready for his future role as a therapy dog.” In other words, this portrait was not the only thing that Elijah took home with him.

After a few weeks, the time between this two will come to an end as he begins the next phase of his training with companion dogs for independence.

Nevertheless, Wilt and Elijah will evermore pamper the memories they made jointly. And due to their contact, the world will be a better place when Elijah’s real work begins.

“While farewells are always difficult, nothing compares to how the dog you raise converts the life of another individual,” Wilt said. “I can adore this dog but someone is in need of him. I’m waiting impatiently to see what Elijah selects for his future.”

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