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Alex and Gus- An Autistic Boy and His Services Doggy



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An uplifting story of an autistic boy and his support pet dog, Gus.

Gus was properly trained by K9 Coaching Principles. You can study additional about them at:

The match was manufactured with the support of Excellent Doggy Autism Companions:

This movie is the directors cut. A closing model is in the is effective.

34 comments

  1. Outcomes like this are the reason I train service dogs

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  2. I have autism to

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  3. This was so wonderful to watch! He wanted to give that little girl a kiss SO BAD! Lol what a handsome little man and such WONDERFUL parents!!! 🌈💕 tears!!!

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  4. if they get leash to attach to Alex gus will keep him from wandering

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  5. why do you parents always make it seem like you're a victim to your autistic child. stop making it about you, i'm tired of people making me feel like i'm an inanimate object that just brings bad luck and hardships into YOUR life. we are people too and we're trying our very fucking hardest to fit into your teeny tiny "perfect" boxes.

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  6. so much like my lil sister. bless your and his heart. u are blessed with an amazing boy ❤💗

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  7. may God bless you your son and his best friend is love hearing this story is played it 20 times before I quit watching it so inspiring good job alex

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  8. why is their two liquor drinks sitting on the coffe table?

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  9. Watching this makes me think of my old autistic friend he was awesome

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  10. I have depression but my dog has helped me through tough times and watching this really makes me think of her 🐕

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  11. Quick question, why are you able to pet some service dogs but not others?

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  12. I dont understand how the dog helps the kid

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  13. Sorry had a very bad day n I do no what an autism service dog does I have one her name is Sadie she's trained to do all those things for me to plus help stop meltdowns and do deep pressure therapy for me n more

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  14. Shut up lady I'm on the autism spectrum and I have a service dog I can't stand when parents try to make their autistic kids normal

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  15. I wish i could bring my dog with me im telling you u and you gonna have this engraved in your head I LOVE MY DOG TO DEATH! with all my heart is it a such thing of a service dog for anxiety??

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  16. I have autism and am getting a service dog soon. I want to take him/her to school when it starts but I don't want people to know I have a disability.

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  18. Gets Bullied
    Brings Service Dog to school
    Gets More Friends
    Logic

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  19. I have ptsd among other things and adopting a dog monday to train as psd. Psd training g around here is 24k and up sadly put of my family's budget

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  20. 07:20 When he tried to kiss the little girl lmao.

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  21. tears of joy

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  22. my little brother has autism and he's the best thing that happened to our family. it's tough when they are young but he gets better with every year.

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  23. He looks cute

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  24. When he was trying to kiss that girl lol

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  25. 7:22 he was trying to kiss a girl lol!!!!

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  26. ( ) ':')

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  27. Your son is an angel.

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  28. This is sad

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  29. Thank you when do you live I live in uk

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  30. how old is Alex

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  31. my brother is autistic he is nonverbal my brother has meltdowns

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  32. Autism or not that behaviour shouldn't be accepted. Set a timer for him to leave then follow through. Don;t reward his tantrum with candy. Block him from running away. Use gentle full physicals when necessary. I know it;s easier said than done but this is why behaviour therapy is so important.

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  33. 7:22 Brave Dude!…

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  34. Fab mum you are ! Xx

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