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I am a male yellow Lab. My birth date is September 4th 2011. I am in training to be a guide dog for the blind. (guide dog school -Southeastern Guide Dogs) I'm my raiser's fifth guide dog puppy. She will keep me for (about) 1 year, then I will head off to harness training! Please feel free to follow my blog and keep up with: Brandon's Life... As a guide dog in training

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Friday, November 9, 2007

Why?

I bet a lot of you people (and dogs!) are wondering why I have not done a post for a while. It's because of my trainer, you see she was in a accident because a horse fell on her while she was riding. And since she can't get to the computer very easily she dosen't have any time to check my spelling. (well and unlock it so I can get on!!) Now she thought it would be good for me to quickly update my blog.



I can't wait to see all of the comments (if I am ever going to get back on!)





Brax

6 comments:

Anonymous said...

Brax, take good care of your trainer. I know you’ve been worried about her. Hopefully you aren’t getting to bored with her not being able to take you out and work with you.


Betty

Runza said...

I hope your trainer feels better soon. Glad to hear an updated - hope to hear another one soon!

SARAH AND COBRA: said...

Are you helping your trainer get around? Take it easy on her, she's only human, they don't really know how to do things themselves. I'm always telling Sarah that my jacket goes on the other way, but she usually gets it on before she'll listen. That's only one of many examples. Tell your trainer that i hope she feels better.
oh, I hear Sarah, better get going.........
~Cobra~

Emily and Suede said...

I hope that your trainer feels better! I have gotten in a horse riding accident and it was not pretty. Let us know how she is doing.

Anonymous said...

Hi,
Brax, your trainer's mom just sent me a link to your blog. I am sorry your trainer had an accident.
Hopefully she will soon be better. and you'll be able to get to work again.
It is hard waiting for someone to get well sometimes isn't it?

Anyway, I will be looking forward to hearing that your trainer is well and your back in training.

I am sure your trainer will be happy to be well too, horses weigh a lot, so try to stay out from under them. Okay
Barbara

Erin & Rei said...

Sorry to here about your raiser brax! Best of lucky on her recovery!