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casiejb

Puppies: Auggie , Libbie (K9 Liberty), Grant K49

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Profile: Hey, Im Casie, or CJ or whatever you want to call me. I adore dogs, my life revolves around them. I show Borzoi and Shelties, I also have hound dogs at home, and I work with police dogs, Bloodhounds at tracking, and Malinois with patrol work and narcotics detection. My very own dog is a little Mutt named Auggie, he is my baby :3

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Member Since: June 10, 2012

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Auggie

Auggie

Hi I am, Auggie! Or 'Natious as my mommy soemtimes calls me. She rescued me from the 2nd shelter I had been brought to in 2010, and taught me all sorts of things I didnt know I could do! Now we compete in things she calls Rally and I am still learning Agility. My mommy says I am a Therapy Dog, I dont know what this means but she says I am special because of it. I get to go to places and see kids and make them happy, while mommy does the boring part, teaching them about dogs and other special doggies like me!

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Libbie (K9 Liberty)

Libbie (K9 Liberty)

This is Libbie, she is just a puppy yet, and soon to be on her way to training as a police working bloodhound. She will be a mantrailer and hopefully a cadaver detection dog as well. For right now Libbie is just a fun-loving goofy ol' bloodhound puppy. She lives outside all day except for a few hours inside every evening, so she is always out there to play with her funny lookin' brother Auggie.

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Grant K49

Grant K49

In Loving MemoryIn Loving Memory

Grant was my dad's first police dog, he was definitely a one of a kind dog. Grant had a lot of issues, he was an aggressive dog, probably partly feral one might say because he was born on the streets and lived there for the first 4 monts of his life. And he had the expectable problems that come with owning a dog that was not socialized. He was aggressive, over food and with some dogs. Occasionally with people that did not greet him properly as well. But to his family Grant would have given his life for any one of us. He was a sweetheart, and a dog you could trust with anything, especially keeping you safe. He was definietely misunderstood, and called nasty, mean, viscious, all sorts of things that werent true. Grant had his problems, but he also had a family that loved him and respected him for those problems. And he loved back in return. I remember one evening, it was almost dusk and I went out back to sit on the ramp and just relax. Grant came out of his kennel, and sat next to me. Eventually he laid down and I just sat there petting him, he fell asleep with his head on my lap. He had such a sweet side to him, one most people never saw. And was always content to just sit by your side and lean on you for hours. Grant had a rough life, onee that was very unfair to him. He had a cruciat tear and was on craterest for months to heal, then had another, in the other knee. After the tears, the plate in one started to wear through the skin, and he needed another surgery to fix that. After all that, what we suspect was hip displaysia set it, and arthritis in his knees, and eventually he had almost no usefulness left in his rear end aside from balance. He carried all his weight on his front and his shoulders and elbows suffered from that. It was just a progressive downward spiral for Grant. One day, Grant being his typical overconfident self, he jumped off the front step and I heard a crack. He started limping and favoring the one leg, which swelled up at the joint between his pastern and leg to look like there was an egg in it. We waited a short while to see if the swelling went down but by the next morning it was worse. An xray from the vets showed the bone in that leg looked like swiss cheese, very porous. There was never a diagnosis, because whatever it was it wouldnt change our mind. We brought Grant home to heal with more pain meds. I decided the day Grant told us it was time we would make the call. I didnt know exactly what to look for but I knew he would tell us. I just wished he never would. I cant bring myself to write anymore of this right now. One thing I want to let everyone know, you cant take enough pictures. You may think you have plenty of time, but when the day comes, you want to remember your dog as the puppy he used to be. Every day I wish I had more pictures of Grant while he was still the dog he should still be, and I beat myself for not taking them. They are the small bits of memories you will eventually be glad you have. Ever Vigilant - Ever Loyal Forever Loved

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