becoming a Seeing Eye Dog one day @ a time ~
Awww! That face! Surely it allows you to get away with just about anything at home. You've got that look down to a science. Way to work it! ECHO
So sweet! And the pattern is a brilliant one: that way, the muddy pawprints blend in!!
Oh LW!What a good girl with your paw print pup blanket. You look darling! I loved my puppy blanket too!Keep being adorable,Maddie the Chocolate Labbie
What a cutie-pie! My pup's "security blanket" is a little pink pig toy :)
What a cute picture! They all seems to love their blankies. xo SB
Yepper that Linus is super cool...Big Sloppy Kisses Gus and Louie
We think it was a very cheap toy. It hadn't learned that trick yet..Big Sloppy KissesGus and Louie
Gus & Louie ~ than we are really glad you boys taught that boomerang a lesson!
Love your photos and the GREAT mission of your dogs and you!She looks like a Linus with her blankie...how sweet! She's a winner for sure.Thanks for sharing her with us!
What a lovely dog. I like this a lot.
We are just charging our batteries for Saturday at the lake.. heheBig Sloppy KissesGus and Louie
A lovely image of a gorgeous dog. I admire what your're ding with seeing dogs tremendously.
As a dog lover I absolutely love this picture, my Oliver will chew up any toy which has a face, the eyes are first to go, then nose etc...the odd thing he never chews on the feet ??? I have his toys which he loves even so they look like rags to me and all have theeir feet....strange. I will have to post all his toys a day, a pile of rags he so loves.
Me again, I had a question: do you ever become very attached to your dogs in training ? I would think so...it must be difficult when they graduate and go to a individual who will love them, how do you deal with this? There has to be every once in a while a pup who steals your heart, did you ever keep one?I know lots of questions, I love dogs, some people underestimate them greatly
Madeleine~ Yes, we become very attached to these puppies in training. Each and every one of them has stolen our hearts. We spend many hours training and socializing them, even more time than even our own fulltime dogs. It is very difficult to let go of them, but from the day they are delivered we know they are not ours to keep. We enjoy them while they are with us and than they move on. These puppies are the “property” of The Seeing Eye. This organization delivers an 8 week old puppy to us and we return an 18 month old dog to them. All puppies must be returned to Seeing Eye we do not have a choice in this matter. It is their decision as to which dogs are actually used in their program, if it is determined that a particular dog is not cut out to be a dog guide, he/she is offer back to the raiser. Of the 12 puppies we have raised, 2 did not make the program. One we chose not to adopt back and the other is our Orlando.
Lucky Orlando, probably loved you guys to much to leave.You are doing a great service and not an easy one, thank-you
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