About Me

I am a yellow female lab that was donated to the Southeastern Guide Dogs, Inc. I hope to one day become a seeing eye dog to give freedom to someone who cannot see.

Tuesday, November 2, 2010


I'm at my new raiser house and arrived last night.  It was so exciting to meet and smell all the different and new things.  I got to play with all the pets in the house and even a big furry person like me (they call him Max).  I want so bad to play with him but I'm not so sure he wants to play with me.  He lets me chase his tail and sniff at him but he isn't too sure about me jumping on him yet.

After I said all my hellos they put me up for the night.  I missed all my brothers and sisters.  Even though I had a blanket with all their smells, I still missed them.  I cried all night for them.  These new raisers, however, did not like that and kept telling me "No noise".  Wonder what that meant???  I guess I will have to learn that one and get used to all these new things.

I'm currently working on sit and come.  I think I got the come command already.  My raisers keep telling me to "busy" when I'm outside with them.  Can't they see that I'm already "busy" chasing the leaves and smelling all the new smells????  Oh well.

I've already had such a full morning playing so I think I'll take a nap.  My raiser's pet took some pictures of me and a video and I'm sure she will post them as soon as she can.



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  2. Welcome Waffles!!
    We can't wait to see some of the pictures, I bet you look furry cute :)
    Good luck with the training, hope to see you at the Nov 13 meeting :)

    Rudy's Raiser

  3. Welkhome!

    I khan't wait to see the fun!

    Be good and listen MOST of the time - the humans enjoy challenges!


  4. Welcome Waffles. Bet the sniffs were yummE
    Benny & Lily