A continuation of or day.
One of the instructors at GDB has these cute minis that she brought for the OK Corral, LOL. They are cute, love the liver chestnut with the spotted back and butt!
After seeing the little horses, we proceeded to this event, I got to be blind folded and led by and instructor, that pretended to be Juno, the dog. It was a really interesting experience, she used all the commands and harness feelings that a dog would give a blind person, some of them really subtle, and some not so subtle, LOL.
Here is someone else being guided through the obstacle course. I dont know why I didnt give my Hubby my camera to take pics of me going through, but I forgot. It was a pretty cute obstacle course with the saddles on stands, and hay bales, etc., keeping with the western theme.
Dublin walking with Hubby, he did really good with all the distractions and stuff all day.
Some more of the kennels from the outside. At this point we had to hustle back up to the outdoor theater to attend a training talk. Then we headed back down to meet the siblings.
We met this little cutie, miss Saffron, on a little side trek to potty Dublin.
She is a Golden Retriever/Labrador cross. They seem to be having this cross a lot here lately. Her raiser wanted us to pet her because she has been getting to excited, she was pretty good.
Dublin and Hubby taking a little break, we were doing a lot of walking, and its all up and down hill here!
We seen this little guy in his Cowboy suit LOL.
And we ran into Deanna and Pueblo again LOL Pueblo was being a ragdoll puppy LOL, Look at those ears!! He is the cutest puppy, and when he chews on his bone, he growls and complains at it LOL LOL
Dublin, looking handsome. We found some of the chest plates! Finally. They were $7, I have been wanting one for awhile. They make it easier for the public to see what kind of dog is there.
And finally we made it down to meet all the siblings! There were 5 of 8 of them at funday! So cool
Left to right, Dublin, who wouldnt sit in the grass, Deanna, Doug, Dexie, and Denver. The ones missing are Dakota, Dynasty, and Dyson. Poor little Dexie had more mouth problems than Dublin. She has a severely undershot jaw. Her lower baby canines were pulled, then the adult teeth were ground off and caps put on to try to get them to turn out, they were going into the roof of her mouth. GDB put over $1000. in dental work into this little girl! They care very much about every single dog, and do not spare any expense! She is better, as much as vet care can straighten out a genetic problem.
Doug and Denver have the similar laid back personality as Dublin, and so is Dexie, Deanna is a little higher energy.
Our puppy club has been putting together these wonderful baskets for the silent auction.
This first on is a Movie basket.
This one is a Dog Walkers, basket.
And a Dog bed, basket, the bed donated by Woodin You. I would love to have one of these beds for our own dogs. Dublin approves!! LOL It sounds like they did well at the auction! Wont find out until our Sept. business meeting.
This is one of the walls in the gift shop. I finally got my Guide Dogs sweatshirt, dark brown, full zip hoody.
This little booth next to ours, is another local club, just 25 miles East of us in Stevenson, Wa.
We had a good time and it was a full morning!!
Monday we drove North, to the Cabellas store in Lacy, WA. Pictures to come!!