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Holly

and her family

Hi Heather,

Our Holly is now six months old, has had her first haircut (a cooler trim for the summer) and has passed basic obedience class with flying colors. He weighs just under fifty pounds and is just a bundle of love.

We could not have imagined a nicer dog. She is a doll-baby.

Regards,

Richard and Judy Crowe


Hi Heather,

Holly did great on the trip back to San Diego. She was the hit of the airport security area – everyone wanted to pet her. She was a little lady on the flight – even though we were delayed for an hour before take-off at DFW.

She has blended in with the Maltese and our cat and seems very content and happy.

I have attached her first pictures. She’s quite a photogenic little puppy.

She’s a darling and we love her.

R. Crowe


Hi Heather,

Holly is now 16 weeks old and weighs 30 pounds. She is a perfect darling and a delight to have with us.

Holly learned to sit for her treats and food by eight weeks of age. She knows her basic commands, sit, down, come and heel and we are starting basic puppy obedience school this Saturday – just to reinforce what we have already learned on our own. After school she will get to go with us to our daughter’s house where Shadow, her Labrador friend, lives. Holly and Shadow will play until they drop.

After she completes her obedience course and qualifies as a Canine Good Citizen, I am going to enroll her in a trick dog school which operates about 15 miles from here. Who knows, I may write you that she was in a movie or TV commercial one day. Anyway, the tricks will come in handy for her therapy dog career which is in the future. We have enrolled her in a Therapy Dog Boot camp which she will attend with me after she is a year old. We like to keep her busy so she doesn’t get bored and get into trouble. So far there have been no behavior problems. We buy Bully sticks by the case and after Holly whittles one down to size, it goes to our Maltese.

Either she has become house trained or we have. Holly hasn’t had an accident in the house for about two weeks now!

I take Holly everywhere I go and its always fun because she is the center of attention wherever she is. Her face is starting to look more like a Doodle and less like a Golden retriever. She is growing a beard and her facial hair is sprouting. She is growing lighter in color – which we expected – and she will probably end up as a very light buff color. People always want to know what kind of dog she is and will constantly remark how pretty and well behaved she is.


Hi Heather,

Holly is now 16 weeks old and weighs 30 pounds. She is a perfect darling and a delight to have with us.

Holly learned to sit for her treats and food by eight weeks of age. She knows her basic commands, sit, down, come and heel and we are starting basic puppy obedience school this Saturday – just to reinforce what we have already learned on our own. After school she will get to go with us to our daughter’s house where Shadow, her Labrador friend, lives. Holly and Shadow will play until they drop.

After she completes her obedience course and qualifies as a Canine Good Citizen, I am going to enroll her in a trick dog school which operates about 15 miles from here. Who knows, I may write you that she was in a movie or TV commercial one day. Anyway, the tricks will come in handy for her therapy dog career which is in the future. We have enrolled her in a Therapy Dog Boot camp which she will attend with me after she is a year old. We like to keep her busy so she doesn’t get bored and get into trouble. So far there have been no behavior problems. We buy Bully sticks by the case and after Holly whittles one down to size, it goes to our Maltese.

Either she has become house trained or we have. Holly hasn’t had an accident in the house for about two weeks now!

I take Holly everywhere I go and its always fun because she is the center of attention wherever she is. Her face is starting to look more like a Doodle and less like a Golden retriever. She is growing a beard and her facial hair is sprouting. She is growing lighter in color – which we expected – and she will probably end up as a very light buff color. People always want to know what kind of dog she is and will constantly remark how pretty and well behaved she is.

Anyway, thanks for bringing so much happiness into our lives. We adore our (not so) little girl.

Richard and Judy Crowe

Anyway, thanks for bringing so much happiness into our lives. We adore our (not so) little girl.

R. and J. Crowe

 

 

 

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