Monday, February 28, 2011

Happy Birthday to Wilma's H Litter!

Wilma's 1st litter turns 3 today, or sometime between today and tomorrow...they were born on February 29th, 2008. Hazel is working as a service dog for Heidi in Maine. She has grown into a beautiful girl. And she is an excellent service dog. Henna (aka Nittany) is a spoiled petl living in Lansing, MI. Horton is also a well loved pet living in Grand Rapids, MI. Hollis is also living the life of a happy pet.

Harvard is a Leader Dog. Halo is a service dog working in FL.
Hyde is a service dog in the Detroit area and was recently spotted by a friend of mine.Hugo graduated last fall as a service dog.

Honey is the only H pup I have not heard about yet. She was doing good in her training, so I hope she is graduated and is working for someone out there.

Heidi wrote this for Hazel and her litter mates...

Happy Birthday to you,
Happy birthday to you,
Happy birthday Dear Hazel and H's,
Happy 3rd birthday to you!!!!


Friday, February 25, 2011

Casino Night

Last Saturday was the Dearborn Animal Shelter's Cool Cat Casino Night. Charlie and I attened and tried our luck at Black Jack. Charlie must have brought me luck, we did very well!

As the only dog in a crowded room full of animal lovers, he was quite popular and received tons of attention.

Charlie liked the band.

Charlie was very well behaved all evening.

Sunday, February 20, 2011

Puppy Sitting Birdie

Future Leader Dog Birdie spent the weekend with us. She's about 4 1/2 months old.
Charlie thought it was great to have a friend his size to play with.

Three goldens

Everyone got along great!

Wednesday, February 2, 2011

Snow Day!

We had a blizzard last night that dumped a foot of snow in the area. Here's my kitchen door when I opened it at 6AM...... and again 3 minutes later after the dogs went out.
Later, after the snow was swept up, we went out to play.

Charlie made snow angels.

Wilma likes to lay in the snow.
Something caught Wilma's attention over by the fence and she leaped over there like a deer. She buried her head in the snow and then looked up at me with a snow face.