Welcome to the 13th round of the Assistance Dog Blog Carnival!
I really enjoyed reading your stories and hope you’ll take the time to read some of the other entries.
“Unfortunately, no matter how cute, smart, loyal and hard-working your guide dog is, sometimes trusting them completely can be a very difficult thing to do – regardless of whether you’re working with your first dog or your tenth.”
Isn’t that just so true??? I remember constantly being told those exact three words while training for Phoenix and Cessna, and I am having to remind myself of this now that Rogue is easing into being my full-time guide.
Next, we’ll move over to the blog, A Mutt and His Pack, where we’ll find Flo. In his post, Do What You Can, Flo writes about the obstacles he’s had to overcome this year, and about the lessons his dogs have taught him.
Karyn and Thane of Through A Guide’s Eyes, have shared a post called Lessons Through Healing. Karyn has written about a healing program she is taking part in that has led to not only improvements in her health, but has also taught her lessons about her relationship with Thane.
I’m totally going to try “training” Huib with positive reinforcement now…wish me luck!
Finally, in my post, the Rogue Lesson, I write about the lessons Rogue has taught me along our journey together.
Thank you everyone for submitting an entry and making the 13th round such a huge success!