Rae was perhaps one of my favorite foster pups. He taught me so much about training dogs, being creative in training, and so much more. After giving him back for advanced training, I’d be lying if I said I didn’t miss him or think about how he was doing. On one of my last visits to Circle Tail I was so excited when I saw that he was back from ‘Boot Camp’ and was being worked in the main training area. Much to my delight I was able to work with him and take him out to play after. It was clear from his reaction, which I was unable to capture, that he remembered me and it was like catching up with an old friend. Rae wasn’t a little pup anymore though, he was all grown up and I couldn’t have been more proud of the great dog he’s become. Here are some pictures of Rae all grown up, strutting his stuff.
Circle Tail, for the past few years, has been working to develop a new Service Dog kennel that would be equipped to handle the needs of our Service Dogs in training. From whelping new pups to providing a calm, peaceful living environment for puppies to grow up into working adults, the kennel was a tremendous success. The kennel is finally up and working but as we look back over the past few months, the kennel has certainly been a working progress. Here are some of the pictures following the development of our wonderful new kennel.
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