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Pet Health & Wellness Fair  - Saturday, November 3, 2- 5 p.m.

Free to attend - meet and speak with pet health professionals - Learn more at www.circletail.org!

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Join us for the Pet Health & Wellness Fair!

This Saturday Nov. 3 from 2:00-5:00 at the Circle Tail Training & Education Center.
 
Come discuss your pet health and wellness questions with local veterinarians and animal care professionals
during this relaxed, educational afternoon.

Admission is free, and well mannered pets on leash are welcome.
 
Visit our website or email admin@circletail.org for details. Hope to see you there!
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The P&G Pet Care Shelter Makeover was a Huge Success!

Thank you P&G Pet Care friends and sponsors! These folks worked hard to make some amazing improvements to the Circle Tail grounds and buildings. Volunteers, come check out the changes! And if you're interested in becoming a new volunteer, email volunteer@circletail.org.

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Hanging out in the new puppy play yard!

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New Partnerships

Angie & Hearing Dog, Shade:

Angie and Shade were partnered in August. Angie says, \u201cShade is doing very, very well. He is excellent at signaling for the door now\u2014he takes me and greets the person when I tell him to do so.  He has auto-retrieved my keys and some clothing items, my hat and his leash as well as a few items for others (shoes when dropped).  He will get things for me when I tell him (shoes, socks, bag).

 

Shade is adjusting nicely into a very gentle, protective and very competent assistance dog, and is learning to adapt to checking new things out\u2026His demeanor is excellent\u2014mature, calm, confident, protective and watchful/aware yet not aggressive.\u201d

 

 

Jill and In-Home Service & Hearing Dog Bennett

Bennett helps Jill, who is in a wheelchair due to a spinal cord injury and has a hearing impairment, in the home by retrieving dropped items, alerting to the doorbell, a knock on the door, the phone, etc. Jill\u2019s husband Bob is also hard of hearing, so Bennett alerts Bob when Jill is calling for him.

 

One day Bennett began pawing under the bed with no warning.  Bob and Jill checked to see if there was a toy under the bed, or if the noise coming from Jill\u2019s wound vac machine had changed, but it hadn\u2019t. It turned out that Jill\u2019s tubing had fallen off the bed and was hanging down. As soon as she put it back up on the bed he immediately stopped pawing and was fine - he knew that was not supposed to happen.

 

For fun, Bennett loves playing with all kinds of toys, and running with the woman who helps Jill three times a week \u2013 she says he is a great motivator for her!

 

Jill and Bennett have already developed an incredible bond. Bennett has also become great pals with Bob, and has brought joy to his life. They consider him a true blessing! 

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