What a great little helper! I am really impressed that he's either been taught to lie down and wait, or that he has the good manners to mind his own business. Many of his brethren would be standing right over the table, checking out the sugar packets, blowing snot all over the plates, looking around.
"I couldn't fix your brakes, so I made your horn louder."
I've only recently mastered the skill of not wanting to pet and fawn over assistance dogs-in-training. If I were to see an assistance mini in person, I'd just have to leave the room as not to embarrass myself. ;-)