Profile: I have been around dogs my whole life. They have taught me a lot about responsibility when I was young. Although Im an interior design major, dogs will always be my minor. I want to some day incorporate dogs into my interior design career. I have been working as a dog trainer for about 10 years. Our last dog, Rudy has really changed my life and has taught me so much.
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Jack is a huge laid back dog that loves going for walks in the park.In the summer time, he loves going for boat rides. His favorite toy is a little squeaky fish that he got attached to when he was in foster care. To this day, it is still his favorite toy and he is so gentle with it! I dont know what I am going to do when it falls apart! Jack is a wonderful companion and I was lucky enough to adopt him through a local shelter.View Profile
Ripley was a adopted from the same shelter as her brother Jack. She earned the name Ripley because she likes to rip things up! She is very vocal and loves to talk! She also loves to chase just about anything that moves... snow, bubbles, dust... She has a great personality and just loves to play!View Profile
Rudy was truly the greatest dog that has ever lived. If you knew him, you would say the same. He was hit by a car when he was a year old and from that, he broke his back and lost his right front leg. We were told that he would never walk again, and if he miraculously did, he wouldnt live past 5 years of age. With lots of love, training, and care, Rudy lived to be 15 years old and he lived a happy active life. He visited nursing homes and hospitals as well as elementary schools. He learned agility, scent articles, and he loved bringing in the paper as well as some groceries. Rudy by far changed our lives as well as everyone that met him. Rudy will be in all of our hearts and will be remembered as the three legged dog that can do anything.View Profile