Hi there! My name is Apollo. I am about 6 months old. Although I still have some puppy energy, I have a rather calm and kind soul. I'm a little lanky and sometimes I trip over myself and my foster mom thinks its adorable! I am, of course house and kennel trained. I even go right into the kennel when my foster mom asks me! I don't know a lot of commands yet, but I do know how to sit well and my foster mom thinks I will pick up new commands very quickly. I have already met many other dogs and I really love them and am very patient and calm, even when they're being rude. When I'm not playing with other dogs, I enjoy chewing on bones, playing tug and fetch and cuddling with my foster mom. My foster mom thinks that whoever adds me to their family is going to be very lucky!
Thank You to the anonymous food donor through Amazon for donating a bag of dog food!! smile emoticon ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ If you would like to help by donating we have a couple of options: 1. Donate via our Amazon wishlist. http://www.amazon.com/gp/registry/wishlist/3VYAC2BGQMPA4
2. Donate via Chuck and Dons in Coon Rapids by calling them (763-746-5156), paying for a bag over the phone and have them put our name on it. Let us know you did so and we will pick it up. (firstname.lastname@example.org or comment on this post)
3. Costco Members- Costco carries Nature's Domain Grain Free dog food. Pick up a bag and contact us for a drop location that is convenient for you. (email@example.com or comment on this post)
We feed anything Grain Free. Some of our favorites are: Pure Vita Grain Free- Salmon or Turkey Nurtri Source Grain Free- Lamb or Seafood Canidae Grain Free- Fresh Salmon or Fresh Lamb Costco Nature's Domain- Salmon or Turkey or Beef THANK YOU for your help!
Kiara received her TDI (Therapy Dog title) on Tuesday night. (8 weeks of 101 training, 8 weeks of CGC training, and 8 weeks of TDI training) We always encourage adopters to go past the 8 weeks of training to truly show what this breed can do when given proper training. Thank You Danielle for putting the time and LOTS of hard work into making Kiara, CGC, TDI. (now onto those obedience, rally, or agility titles!)
I also wanted to add in that this is NOT an easy task. Danielle did it while having a foster dog in her home that needed training, working full time and driving 45+ minutes to and from class each week for months.