We are proud that Jack just graduated from a two week long, intensive obedience school. Way to go Jack! He's one step closer to being a certified therapy dog.
The purveyor of all things delicious.
Long day of training and yes it's late March and there is a roaring fire.
Exposure to children is important for Jack. We want him to be accustomed to the poking and prodding children are likely to do to explore their world. Then of course there is rest time.
He had an immediate friend while he was making himself at home.
A long drive, 2.5 hours each way, to Lewisburg, Pennsylvania to find Jack. He was the last of his litter to go. Jack was 15 weeks old. On the ride home it was the first time he was in a car and he couldn't have been better.
This was the picture that was shared with us by the breeder. After much discussion and planning we had decided to incorporate a therapy dog at Center for Assessment and Treatment, and of course a new member to our family.