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How is Rosie different from other dogs?
She is a “vising” dog who works to help the elderly
What is a vising dog?
It is a dog that is always happy to make people cheerful
Why would Rosie not have been a good “visiting dog” as a puppy?
Rosie was too wild and silly
Where does Rosie learn how to become a “visiting dog”?
She goes to puppy kindergarten
Why did Rosie have good sense?
She would play or sit still with people
What do all “visiting dogs” have in common?
They are friendly and help out.
How does the author prepare Rosie for work?
She plays with her and lets her meet other dogs
Why is Rosie taught different commands?
She needs to know how to act around people
When does Rosie approach people?
She approaches people when a person is ready to greet her
How is Alexander helped by Rosie?
She plays with him
How does Rosie help Bill?
Bill talks
Describe Rosie's uniform
It is a red harness and special badges
Why is Rosie good at her job?
She is a friend.