Thursday, August 5, 2010

Tenaya's Bone Voyage

Tonight we had our monthly training meeting. We covered the new food protocol, dog distraction, and some obedience work. Jarett worked with Tenaya this meeting. I couldn't stop laughing at them because Tenaya wouldn't break eye contact with Jarett. Halette was well behaved and had great eye contact, although she still needs work. After questions and some discussion it was time to celebrate Tyka and Tenaya's Bone Voyage. We had a picture session and some good cake. Tenaya wore her cap and gown proudly........ until she was tired of it. Everyone got to say their goodbyes to Tenaya since our next outing is the weekend after she leaves. My sweet Tenaya......

Tenaya looking proud.



Jarett, Tenaya and I posing for a photo. I don't know what is going on with my hair lately.

The two graduates heading to college Tyka and Tenaya.

Donner showed up.

Here is Donner.

Not a very good photo but the only photo of Halette from tonight.

Here is Havasu, Halette's sister.


Lauren and Don said...

Thank you so much for taking a picture of Donner!! He looks just like Don, especially the shape of his head and his big black nose :)

That's nice that Tenaya got a headed-off-to-college celebration. She looks very grown up in her cap and gown. Good luck with recall! I hope everything goes well with Tenaya in formal training. She sounds like an awesome dog.

Have a fun time at GDB, Tenaya! You're going to be GREAT!

Raiser Erin said...

Tenaya looks so cute in her cap and gown. She's such a pretty girl. She's going to to wonderfully.

Should I expect to see her right away on the phase reports or is she still intact and headed to breeding evaluation first?

Heather said...

Aw, Tenaya looks very official!

Kari in WeHo said...

She looks very proud of herself!

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