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Leah Rogers.(Your supervisior) |
Hi Ember
Have just been cheecking what you have been up too whilst i am on annual leave.Be a good boy!Happy New Year to David & Carole. See you in 2009 at puppy class on the 8th Jan.
30 December 2008 - Exeter. Devon

Webmaster comments   Hi Leah,

Thank you for your kind wishes. I'll pass on your message to my humans.

I did a REALLY good stay this in the meadow this morning, but it took me several goes before my humans were satisfied. I'll give you a demonstration January 8th.

With Best wishes for a Happy New Year,

Woofs and licks,

Ember

fenton
hi son you have up to alot!!! cant talk my humans don't know im chatting
29 December 2008

Webmaster comments   Hi Dad,

Nice to hear from you.

Yes, I have been quite busy but have managed to keep out of trouble most of the time. My occasional (?) transgressions are soon forgotten by my humans, who treat me very well (apart from continually bossing me around).

I hope all is well with you,

Woofs and licks,

Ember

Anna |
So sorry you had a mystery trip to the vets! Never mind, you didn't need those bits! You'll soon feel better! X
29 September 2008 - Bicknoller

Webmaster comments   Hi Anna,

Thank you for your kind thoughts. Actually, I was quite attached to those bits but, on the other hand, losing them has relieved me of any family responsibilities. Some you win, some you lose!

Woofs and licks,

Ember

carole |
Hi Ember. I wonder how you are doing. Please give my best to your mum and dad.
I wa talking to a friend this morning about the possibility of getting a dog like you to train and look after for a while until he or she becomes a proper guide dog for the blind and she said that having a puppy was really difficult and time consuming and required a huge amount of patience and commitment on the part of the humans. if that is so, what special qualities would a human need to be able to up to the job.
Enjoy the day
Carole (from Tree)
22 September 2008

Webmaster comments   Hi Carole,

I'm doing fine. Still no sign of the glove, but I'm working on it!

Re the qualities required in a Guide Dog 'human', from my (unbiased) viewpoint they must include:-

love for dogs; strong sense of identity with the Guide Dog cause; willingness to devote time and expense to the training programme defined by the Guide Dogs organisation; an understanding that your puppy is not a pet and that you are fostering him/her in preparation for 'advanced' training to be a working dog; acceptance of the reality that your puppy will leave you after a year or thereabouts. The parting will be painful but the cause is worthwhile. Speaking for myself, I give my humans a great deal of love and pleasure which they return. I think I have enriched their lives.

I hope this answers your question. If you want more information, Guide Dogs would love to hear from you. Tell them you've been in contact with me via my web site. I'm sure they'd like to know.

Woofs and licks,

Ember

carole |
Hi Ember I so enjoyed meeting you at Treen and your photographs on the website show you handsomeness very well!
I hope you enjoyed the rest of your holiday and are now safely back home. I am back in Newcastle which is as rainy as it was in Treen.
Please would you ask your mummy and daddy if they would send me the link to the Guide Dog for the Blind website.
Be a good boy and dont work too hard.
Lots of love from Carole.
16 September 2008 - Newcastle on tyne

Webmaster comments   Hi Carole,

Thank you for your kind words. I'm still enjoying my holiday with my humans and keeping them on their toes!

The link to Guide Dogs is available under Contacts on the Home page of my web site.

Woofs and licks,

Ember

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