Harrison has spent quite a bit of his camp time at school. He was an excellent student!
Harrison has now met all the residents of the 7 Acre Wood. He has been quite intrigued with them all. He has also found that there are lots of interesting smells on a farm and lots of room to run!!
We have spent quite a bit of time just sitting and watching the chickens. No pictures of that. He is too overwhelmed if he gets too close. We’re working on being calm. It is sooo difficult!
Southeastern Guide Dogs asks that their puppies in training spend about 3 weeks away from their assigned puppy raiser home. This provides the pup with a whole new range of experiences. That means camp time for these 9 month olds! So, our Dallas group got together at the Allen Skate Park for some fun with skateboards and bikes and skates and then we traded pups. What a confusing time for pups and raisers alike! Adjusting to new personalities! Whew!!
Electra has gone to stay with Harrison’s family and Harrison is at our house learning to be a farm dog. He is a Goldador (Lab/Golden cross) about 2 weeks older than Electra.
Thanks to Missy Griffy, Melissa Leslie, and Troy Ledbetter for the great pictures! And if you mouse over each picture you should get some captions. Next up – Life with Harrison!
Our road trip took us to the mountains of North Carolina where we got to do some hiking. Great adventures for Electra!
The North Texas Puppy Raiser group had a social outing to the Chuck E. Cheese restaurant/playground fun house. We visited the one in Garland on Hwy. 190. The staff was extremely gracious! Much appreciated! And the pups did enjoy themselves!
Thanks to Troy Ledbetter and Kim Davis for pictures!