This USC Trojans Mesh Dog Bandana is decorated with official team primary logo. Dog bandana features a sewn in loop to slide over dog collar and is constructed in micro mesh polyester.
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Getting a job in academe can be dog-eat-dog. But for Professor Beauregard Tirebiter, it was just dog-be-dog. The black goldendoodle has been hired by the University of Southern California as the institution's first-ever full-time facility dog, according to . (Note: Earlier versions of the USC News story and this story reported that the animal was academe's first full-time facility dog. Both posts have since been updated to reflect that he is one of several.) Facility dogs are similar to therapy dogs, but they work with changing groups of people rather than one person who needs assistance. Beau, as he’s nicknamed, works out of USC’s Engemann Student Health Center. His official title is wellness dog, and he has office hours, business cards and a .
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Karma Dog Training USC was formed in 2004 and has since earned the respect of countless USC dog trainers and USC dog behaviorists as well as the endorsement of well-respected USC veterinarians. Dr. Ian Dunbar, founder of the APDT (Association of Pet Dog Trainers) has called Karma Dog Training's TPSP sponsored USC puppy training and socialization classes "a wonderful way to socialize puppies in a safe and responsible manner." Dr. R. K. Anderson, the venerable DVM to the veterinarians has also endorsed Karma Dog Training USC's early puppy kindergarten and socialization class. Karma Dog Training USC has also received endorsements from many other USC veterinarians, doggie day care professionals, rescue organizations and animal control officers throughout USC. Research suggests that positive interactions with dogs can create a sense of calm and well-being, according to Olga Solomon, an assistant professor at the USC Mrs. T.H. Chan Division of Occupational Science and Occupational Therapy. Petting a therapy dog, for example, can increase serotonin, beta-endorphin and oxytocin – chemicals and hormones that make people happy – and decrease cortisol, a stress hormone.USC officials opted to hire the canine with funds donated by the alumni group Trojan League of Los Angeles for student wellness. He is considered a full-time “faculty dog” – the first in the nation – and holds regular office hours in the USC Engemann Student Health Center, handler and health promotion specialist Amanda Vanni told the site.Dog Haus’s is opening a brand new spot near the campus of USC (their 12th location) TODAY (Friday) and to celebrate all visiting guests will receive a free Haus Dog from their selection of seven signature hot dogs, including the with arugula, tomato, crispy onions, spicy basil aioli and avocado; a featuring a smoked bacon wrapped dog topped with caramelized onions, roasted bell peppers, mayo, mustard, and ketchup; or with white American cheese, smoked bacon, bbq sauce, and crispy onions.