Please See Below For Profiles on Our Recent Graduates

The below pictures are of our amazing graduate dogs and their awesome recipients. We believe each of our dogs know they have a special job to do, and looking at them you can almost see it in their eyes and smile. We are so proud of how well these dogs are doing and can’t wait to see our dogs in training progress on.
We will be adding more pictures soon!

 

Little Angels Service Dogs

Lulu

Charcoal

DOB: 07/09/19

Posie

Labrador Retriever
San Diego Ranch

Hello world! It’s me, Posie! I am doing great. I know all my basic obedience, as well as many advanced tasks. Now I am in the last stage of my training, so I get to specialize! Since I love tiny hoomans, the trainers thought I would make the perfect autism service dog, and if I must be honest, I LOVE that idea?

Can you imagine having your own tiny hooman! UFFF I think that has to be every dog’s dream. My training for these tasks is going great! The very first time I did tether training, I was not a fan. I was afraid of the bag and tried to run away; however, that was short-lived, and I quickly started to ignore it. A week later, I was already doing great, the other hooman was adding pressure to my vest, but that did not keep me from doing what I knew I am supposed to. My response is to try to keep up with my Trainer Girl. On search, I am doing really well. I LOVE it! I get to have SOOO many hot-dogs! It is the best game ever! (And I am not saying it because I always win.) So far, I have just been looking for the hot dogs, but I heard the trainers talking, and I think I will be ready to start looking for my tiny hooman’s scent soon! Isn’t that exciting? If I get this excited over the scent, I can’t imagine what I will feel when I hear about our first meeting! But a lot has to be done before.

First, I need to get spayed and medically clear, then I have to take a well-deserved vacation. And after that, I still have to finish up my training. My commands are great at the ranch, but I still have to get better at search and tethering, and then I have to be able to perform them in public. And field trips, I need lots and lots of field trips, I need to get more comfortable and confident while out in public. Sometimes, when we are out in public, I try to hide behind Trainer Girl. She tells me I don’t have to worry and helps me overcome all my fears! She always ends up very proud of me, because even though I can get scared, I always recover and keep working. She says the more exposure, the more confident I’ll get and the less new things will scare me. It is a strange world out there, but I think she is right. I am learning I’m safe as long as I am with her, I don’t need to hide behind her. I’m becoming braver and hiding less and less. The other thing I need to practice in public is heeling; I either try to lean on Trainer Girl, or I try to walk with the trainer ahead of her. We’ve been doing lots of heeling exercises in the ranch to help with this and to build my confidence.

We practice things like off-leash heeling in the field and heeling with a wheelchair, or with someone following us in a wheelchair. And I am doing awesome at all of them! Except for one thing, I discovered I love to playfully mouth my handler hand. However, there is a problem; the trainers don’t like it as much as I do, so we are trying to come to an agreement on it. Come back soon, I think I will have good news to tell. Love, Posie! (10/09/2020)

Darbi

DOB: 07/09/19

Posie

Labrador Retriever
San Diego Ranch

Hello world! It’s me, Posie! I am doing great. I know all my basic obedience, as well as many advanced tasks. Now I am in the last stage of my training, so I get to specialize! Since I love tiny hoomans, the trainers thought I would make the perfect autism service dog, and if I must be honest, I LOVE that idea?

Can you imagine having your own tiny hooman! UFFF I think that has to be every dog’s dream. My training for these tasks is going great! The very first time I did tether training, I was not a fan. I was afraid of the bag and tried to run away; however, that was short-lived, and I quickly started to ignore it. A week later, I was already doing great, the other hooman was adding pressure to my vest, but that did not keep me from doing what I knew I am supposed to. My response is to try to keep up with my Trainer Girl. On search, I am doing really well. I LOVE it! I get to have SOOO many hot-dogs! It is the best game ever! (And I am not saying it because I always win.) So far, I have just been looking for the hot dogs, but I heard the trainers talking, and I think I will be ready to start looking for my tiny hooman’s scent soon! Isn’t that exciting? If I get this excited over the scent, I can’t imagine what I will feel when I hear about our first meeting! But a lot has to be done before.

First, I need to get spayed and medically clear, then I have to take a well-deserved vacation. And after that, I still have to finish up my training. My commands are great at the ranch, but I still have to get better at search and tethering, and then I have to be able to perform them in public. And field trips, I need lots and lots of field trips, I need to get more comfortable and confident while out in public. Sometimes, when we are out in public, I try to hide behind Trainer Girl. She tells me I don’t have to worry and helps me overcome all my fears! She always ends up very proud of me, because even though I can get scared, I always recover and keep working. She says the more exposure, the more confident I’ll get and the less new things will scare me. It is a strange world out there, but I think she is right. I am learning I’m safe as long as I am with her, I don’t need to hide behind her. I’m becoming braver and hiding less and less. The other thing I need to practice in public is heeling; I either try to lean on Trainer Girl, or I try to walk with the trainer ahead of her. We’ve been doing lots of heeling exercises in the ranch to help with this and to build my confidence.

We practice things like off-leash heeling in the field and heeling with a wheelchair, or with someone following us in a wheelchair. And I am doing awesome at all of them! Except for one thing, I discovered I love to playfully mouth my handler hand. However, there is a problem; the trainers don’t like it as much as I do, so we are trying to come to an agreement on it. Come back soon, I think I will have good news to tell. Love, Posie! (10/09/2020)

Opal

DOB: 07/09/19

Posie

Labrador Retriever
San Diego Ranch

Hello world! It’s me, Posie! I am doing great. I know all my basic obedience, as well as many advanced tasks. Now I am in the last stage of my training, so I get to specialize! Since I love tiny hoomans, the trainers thought I would make the perfect autism service dog, and if I must be honest, I LOVE that idea?

Can you imagine having your own tiny hooman! UFFF I think that has to be every dog’s dream. My training for these tasks is going great! The very first time I did tether training, I was not a fan. I was afraid of the bag and tried to run away; however, that was short-lived, and I quickly started to ignore it. A week later, I was already doing great, the other hooman was adding pressure to my vest, but that did not keep me from doing what I knew I am supposed to. My response is to try to keep up with my Trainer Girl. On search, I am doing really well. I LOVE it! I get to have SOOO many hot-dogs! It is the best game ever! (And I am not saying it because I always win.) So far, I have just been looking for the hot dogs, but I heard the trainers talking, and I think I will be ready to start looking for my tiny hooman’s scent soon! Isn’t that exciting? If I get this excited over the scent, I can’t imagine what I will feel when I hear about our first meeting! But a lot has to be done before.

First, I need to get spayed and medically clear, then I have to take a well-deserved vacation. And after that, I still have to finish up my training. My commands are great at the ranch, but I still have to get better at search and tethering, and then I have to be able to perform them in public. And field trips, I need lots and lots of field trips, I need to get more comfortable and confident while out in public. Sometimes, when we are out in public, I try to hide behind Trainer Girl. She tells me I don’t have to worry and helps me overcome all my fears! She always ends up very proud of me, because even though I can get scared, I always recover and keep working. She says the more exposure, the more confident I’ll get and the less new things will scare me. It is a strange world out there, but I think she is right. I am learning I’m safe as long as I am with her, I don’t need to hide behind her. I’m becoming braver and hiding less and less. The other thing I need to practice in public is heeling; I either try to lean on Trainer Girl, or I try to walk with the trainer ahead of her. We’ve been doing lots of heeling exercises in the ranch to help with this and to build my confidence.

We practice things like off-leash heeling in the field and heeling with a wheelchair, or with someone following us in a wheelchair. And I am doing awesome at all of them! Except for one thing, I discovered I love to playfully mouth my handler hand. However, there is a problem; the trainers don’t like it as much as I do, so we are trying to come to an agreement on it. Come back soon, I think I will have good news to tell. Love, Posie! (10/09/2020)

Missy

DOB: 07/09/19

Posie

Labrador Retriever
San Diego Ranch

Hello world! It’s me, Posie! I am doing great. I know all my basic obedience, as well as many advanced tasks. Now I am in the last stage of my training, so I get to specialize! Since I love tiny hoomans, the trainers thought I would make the perfect autism service dog, and if I must be honest, I LOVE that idea?

Can you imagine having your own tiny hooman! UFFF I think that has to be every dog’s dream. My training for these tasks is going great! The very first time I did tether training, I was not a fan. I was afraid of the bag and tried to run away; however, that was short-lived, and I quickly started to ignore it. A week later, I was already doing great, the other hooman was adding pressure to my vest, but that did not keep me from doing what I knew I am supposed to. My response is to try to keep up with my Trainer Girl. On search, I am doing really well. I LOVE it! I get to have SOOO many hot-dogs! It is the best game ever! (And I am not saying it because I always win.) So far, I have just been looking for the hot dogs, but I heard the trainers talking, and I think I will be ready to start looking for my tiny hooman’s scent soon! Isn’t that exciting? If I get this excited over the scent, I can’t imagine what I will feel when I hear about our first meeting! But a lot has to be done before.

First, I need to get spayed and medically clear, then I have to take a well-deserved vacation. And after that, I still have to finish up my training. My commands are great at the ranch, but I still have to get better at search and tethering, and then I have to be able to perform them in public. And field trips, I need lots and lots of field trips, I need to get more comfortable and confident while out in public. Sometimes, when we are out in public, I try to hide behind Trainer Girl. She tells me I don’t have to worry and helps me overcome all my fears! She always ends up very proud of me, because even though I can get scared, I always recover and keep working. She says the more exposure, the more confident I’ll get and the less new things will scare me. It is a strange world out there, but I think she is right. I am learning I’m safe as long as I am with her, I don’t need to hide behind her. I’m becoming braver and hiding less and less. The other thing I need to practice in public is heeling; I either try to lean on Trainer Girl, or I try to walk with the trainer ahead of her. We’ve been doing lots of heeling exercises in the ranch to help with this and to build my confidence.

We practice things like off-leash heeling in the field and heeling with a wheelchair, or with someone following us in a wheelchair. And I am doing awesome at all of them! Except for one thing, I discovered I love to playfully mouth my handler hand. However, there is a problem; the trainers don’t like it as much as I do, so we are trying to come to an agreement on it. Come back soon, I think I will have good news to tell. Love, Posie! (10/09/2020)

Dallas

DOB: 07/09/19

Posie

Labrador Retriever
San Diego Ranch

Hello world! It’s me, Posie! I am doing great. I know all my basic obedience, as well as many advanced tasks. Now I am in the last stage of my training, so I get to specialize! Since I love tiny hoomans, the trainers thought I would make the perfect autism service dog, and if I must be honest, I LOVE that idea?

Can you imagine having your own tiny hooman! UFFF I think that has to be every dog’s dream. My training for these tasks is going great! The very first time I did tether training, I was not a fan. I was afraid of the bag and tried to run away; however, that was short-lived, and I quickly started to ignore it. A week later, I was already doing great, the other hooman was adding pressure to my vest, but that did not keep me from doing what I knew I am supposed to. My response is to try to keep up with my Trainer Girl. On search, I am doing really well. I LOVE it! I get to have SOOO many hot-dogs! It is the best game ever! (And I am not saying it because I always win.) So far, I have just been looking for the hot dogs, but I heard the trainers talking, and I think I will be ready to start looking for my tiny hooman’s scent soon! Isn’t that exciting? If I get this excited over the scent, I can’t imagine what I will feel when I hear about our first meeting! But a lot has to be done before.

First, I need to get spayed and medically clear, then I have to take a well-deserved vacation. And after that, I still have to finish up my training. My commands are great at the ranch, but I still have to get better at search and tethering, and then I have to be able to perform them in public. And field trips, I need lots and lots of field trips, I need to get more comfortable and confident while out in public. Sometimes, when we are out in public, I try to hide behind Trainer Girl. She tells me I don’t have to worry and helps me overcome all my fears! She always ends up very proud of me, because even though I can get scared, I always recover and keep working. She says the more exposure, the more confident I’ll get and the less new things will scare me. It is a strange world out there, but I think she is right. I am learning I’m safe as long as I am with her, I don’t need to hide behind her. I’m becoming braver and hiding less and less. The other thing I need to practice in public is heeling; I either try to lean on Trainer Girl, or I try to walk with the trainer ahead of her. We’ve been doing lots of heeling exercises in the ranch to help with this and to build my confidence.

We practice things like off-leash heeling in the field and heeling with a wheelchair, or with someone following us in a wheelchair. And I am doing awesome at all of them! Except for one thing, I discovered I love to playfully mouth my handler hand. However, there is a problem; the trainers don’t like it as much as I do, so we are trying to come to an agreement on it. Come back soon, I think I will have good news to tell. Love, Posie! (10/09/2020)

Dylan

DOB: 07/09/19

Posie

Labrador Retriever
San Diego Ranch

Hello world! It’s me, Posie! I am doing great. I know all my basic obedience, as well as many advanced tasks. Now I am in the last stage of my training, so I get to specialize! Since I love tiny hoomans, the trainers thought I would make the perfect autism service dog, and if I must be honest, I LOVE that idea?

Can you imagine having your own tiny hooman! UFFF I think that has to be every dog’s dream. My training for these tasks is going great! The very first time I did tether training, I was not a fan. I was afraid of the bag and tried to run away; however, that was short-lived, and I quickly started to ignore it. A week later, I was already doing great, the other hooman was adding pressure to my vest, but that did not keep me from doing what I knew I am supposed to. My response is to try to keep up with my Trainer Girl. On search, I am doing really well. I LOVE it! I get to have SOOO many hot-dogs! It is the best game ever! (And I am not saying it because I always win.) So far, I have just been looking for the hot dogs, but I heard the trainers talking, and I think I will be ready to start looking for my tiny hooman’s scent soon! Isn’t that exciting? If I get this excited over the scent, I can’t imagine what I will feel when I hear about our first meeting! But a lot has to be done before.

First, I need to get spayed and medically clear, then I have to take a well-deserved vacation. And after that, I still have to finish up my training. My commands are great at the ranch, but I still have to get better at search and tethering, and then I have to be able to perform them in public. And field trips, I need lots and lots of field trips, I need to get more comfortable and confident while out in public. Sometimes, when we are out in public, I try to hide behind Trainer Girl. She tells me I don’t have to worry and helps me overcome all my fears! She always ends up very proud of me, because even though I can get scared, I always recover and keep working. She says the more exposure, the more confident I’ll get and the less new things will scare me. It is a strange world out there, but I think she is right. I am learning I’m safe as long as I am with her, I don’t need to hide behind her. I’m becoming braver and hiding less and less. The other thing I need to practice in public is heeling; I either try to lean on Trainer Girl, or I try to walk with the trainer ahead of her. We’ve been doing lots of heeling exercises in the ranch to help with this and to build my confidence.

We practice things like off-leash heeling in the field and heeling with a wheelchair, or with someone following us in a wheelchair. And I am doing awesome at all of them! Except for one thing, I discovered I love to playfully mouth my handler hand. However, there is a problem; the trainers don’t like it as much as I do, so we are trying to come to an agreement on it. Come back soon, I think I will have good news to tell. Love, Posie! (10/09/2020)

Ellie

DOB: 07/09/19

Posie

Labrador Retriever
San Diego Ranch

Hello world! It’s me, Posie! I am doing great. I know all my basic obedience, as well as many advanced tasks. Now I am in the last stage of my training, so I get to specialize! Since I love tiny hoomans, the trainers thought I would make the perfect autism service dog, and if I must be honest, I LOVE that idea?

Can you imagine having your own tiny hooman! UFFF I think that has to be every dog’s dream. My training for these tasks is going great! The very first time I did tether training, I was not a fan. I was afraid of the bag and tried to run away; however, that was short-lived, and I quickly started to ignore it. A week later, I was already doing great, the other hooman was adding pressure to my vest, but that did not keep me from doing what I knew I am supposed to. My response is to try to keep up with my Trainer Girl. On search, I am doing really well. I LOVE it! I get to have SOOO many hot-dogs! It is the best game ever! (And I am not saying it because I always win.) So far, I have just been looking for the hot dogs, but I heard the trainers talking, and I think I will be ready to start looking for my tiny hooman’s scent soon! Isn’t that exciting? If I get this excited over the scent, I can’t imagine what I will feel when I hear about our first meeting! But a lot has to be done before.

First, I need to get spayed and medically clear, then I have to take a well-deserved vacation. And after that, I still have to finish up my training. My commands are great at the ranch, but I still have to get better at search and tethering, and then I have to be able to perform them in public. And field trips, I need lots and lots of field trips, I need to get more comfortable and confident while out in public. Sometimes, when we are out in public, I try to hide behind Trainer Girl. She tells me I don’t have to worry and helps me overcome all my fears! She always ends up very proud of me, because even though I can get scared, I always recover and keep working. She says the more exposure, the more confident I’ll get and the less new things will scare me. It is a strange world out there, but I think she is right. I am learning I’m safe as long as I am with her, I don’t need to hide behind her. I’m becoming braver and hiding less and less. The other thing I need to practice in public is heeling; I either try to lean on Trainer Girl, or I try to walk with the trainer ahead of her. We’ve been doing lots of heeling exercises in the ranch to help with this and to build my confidence.

We practice things like off-leash heeling in the field and heeling with a wheelchair, or with someone following us in a wheelchair. And I am doing awesome at all of them! Except for one thing, I discovered I love to playfully mouth my handler hand. However, there is a problem; the trainers don’t like it as much as I do, so we are trying to come to an agreement on it. Come back soon, I think I will have good news to tell. Love, Posie! (10/09/2020)

Jordan

Deja

Kendal

Dove

Jolie

Frankie

Dusty

Loki

Juliet

Buster

Ivy

April

Dex

Cali

Dawson

Owen

Finlay

Mike

Nova

Aiden

Denny

Evie

Avery

Zoey

Angel Retrievers

Fenway

DOB: 07/09/19

Posie

Labrador Retriever
San Diego Ranch

Hello world! It’s me, Posie! I am doing great. I know all my basic obedience, as well as many advanced tasks. Now I am in the last stage of my training, so I get to specialize! Since I love tiny hoomans, the trainers thought I would make the perfect autism service dog, and if I must be honest, I LOVE that idea?

Can you imagine having your own tiny hooman! UFFF I think that has to be every dog’s dream. My training for these tasks is going great! The very first time I did tether training, I was not a fan. I was afraid of the bag and tried to run away; however, that was short-lived, and I quickly started to ignore it. A week later, I was already doing great, the other hooman was adding pressure to my vest, but that did not keep me from doing what I knew I am supposed to. My response is to try to keep up with my Trainer Girl. On search, I am doing really well. I LOVE it! I get to have SOOO many hot-dogs! It is the best game ever! (And I am not saying it because I always win.) So far, I have just been looking for the hot dogs, but I heard the trainers talking, and I think I will be ready to start looking for my tiny hooman’s scent soon! Isn’t that exciting? If I get this excited over the scent, I can’t imagine what I will feel when I hear about our first meeting! But a lot has to be done before.

First, I need to get spayed and medically clear, then I have to take a well-deserved vacation. And after that, I still have to finish up my training. My commands are great at the ranch, but I still have to get better at search and tethering, and then I have to be able to perform them in public. And field trips, I need lots and lots of field trips, I need to get more comfortable and confident while out in public. Sometimes, when we are out in public, I try to hide behind Trainer Girl. She tells me I don’t have to worry and helps me overcome all my fears! She always ends up very proud of me, because even though I can get scared, I always recover and keep working. She says the more exposure, the more confident I’ll get and the less new things will scare me. It is a strange world out there, but I think she is right. I am learning I’m safe as long as I am with her, I don’t need to hide behind her. I’m becoming braver and hiding less and less. The other thing I need to practice in public is heeling; I either try to lean on Trainer Girl, or I try to walk with the trainer ahead of her. We’ve been doing lots of heeling exercises in the ranch to help with this and to build my confidence.

We practice things like off-leash heeling in the field and heeling with a wheelchair, or with someone following us in a wheelchair. And I am doing awesome at all of them! Except for one thing, I discovered I love to playfully mouth my handler hand. However, there is a problem; the trainers don’t like it as much as I do, so we are trying to come to an agreement on it. Come back soon, I think I will have good news to tell. Love, Posie! (10/09/2020)

Clover

DOB: 07/09/19

Posie

Labrador Retriever
San Diego Ranch

Hello world! It’s me, Posie! I am doing great. I know all my basic obedience, as well as many advanced tasks. Now I am in the last stage of my training, so I get to specialize! Since I love tiny hoomans, the trainers thought I would make the perfect autism service dog, and if I must be honest, I LOVE that idea?

Can you imagine having your own tiny hooman! UFFF I think that has to be every dog’s dream. My training for these tasks is going great! The very first time I did tether training, I was not a fan. I was afraid of the bag and tried to run away; however, that was short-lived, and I quickly started to ignore it. A week later, I was already doing great, the other hooman was adding pressure to my vest, but that did not keep me from doing what I knew I am supposed to. My response is to try to keep up with my Trainer Girl. On search, I am doing really well. I LOVE it! I get to have SOOO many hot-dogs! It is the best game ever! (And I am not saying it because I always win.) So far, I have just been looking for the hot dogs, but I heard the trainers talking, and I think I will be ready to start looking for my tiny hooman’s scent soon! Isn’t that exciting? If I get this excited over the scent, I can’t imagine what I will feel when I hear about our first meeting! But a lot has to be done before.

First, I need to get spayed and medically clear, then I have to take a well-deserved vacation. And after that, I still have to finish up my training. My commands are great at the ranch, but I still have to get better at search and tethering, and then I have to be able to perform them in public. And field trips, I need lots and lots of field trips, I need to get more comfortable and confident while out in public. Sometimes, when we are out in public, I try to hide behind Trainer Girl. She tells me I don’t have to worry and helps me overcome all my fears! She always ends up very proud of me, because even though I can get scared, I always recover and keep working. She says the more exposure, the more confident I’ll get and the less new things will scare me. It is a strange world out there, but I think she is right. I am learning I’m safe as long as I am with her, I don’t need to hide behind her. I’m becoming braver and hiding less and less. The other thing I need to practice in public is heeling; I either try to lean on Trainer Girl, or I try to walk with the trainer ahead of her. We’ve been doing lots of heeling exercises in the ranch to help with this and to build my confidence.

We practice things like off-leash heeling in the field and heeling with a wheelchair, or with someone following us in a wheelchair. And I am doing awesome at all of them! Except for one thing, I discovered I love to playfully mouth my handler hand. However, there is a problem; the trainers don’t like it as much as I do, so we are trying to come to an agreement on it. Come back soon, I think I will have good news to tell. Love, Posie! (10/09/2020)

Bree

DOB: 07/09/19

Posie

Labrador Retriever
San Diego Ranch

Hello world! It’s me, Posie! I am doing great. I know all my basic obedience, as well as many advanced tasks. Now I am in the last stage of my training, so I get to specialize! Since I love tiny hoomans, the trainers thought I would make the perfect autism service dog, and if I must be honest, I LOVE that idea?

Can you imagine having your own tiny hooman! UFFF I think that has to be every dog’s dream. My training for these tasks is going great! The very first time I did tether training, I was not a fan. I was afraid of the bag and tried to run away; however, that was short-lived, and I quickly started to ignore it. A week later, I was already doing great, the other hooman was adding pressure to my vest, but that did not keep me from doing what I knew I am supposed to. My response is to try to keep up with my Trainer Girl. On search, I am doing really well. I LOVE it! I get to have SOOO many hot-dogs! It is the best game ever! (And I am not saying it because I always win.) So far, I have just been looking for the hot dogs, but I heard the trainers talking, and I think I will be ready to start looking for my tiny hooman’s scent soon! Isn’t that exciting? If I get this excited over the scent, I can’t imagine what I will feel when I hear about our first meeting! But a lot has to be done before.

First, I need to get spayed and medically clear, then I have to take a well-deserved vacation. And after that, I still have to finish up my training. My commands are great at the ranch, but I still have to get better at search and tethering, and then I have to be able to perform them in public. And field trips, I need lots and lots of field trips, I need to get more comfortable and confident while out in public. Sometimes, when we are out in public, I try to hide behind Trainer Girl. She tells me I don’t have to worry and helps me overcome all my fears! She always ends up very proud of me, because even though I can get scared, I always recover and keep working. She says the more exposure, the more confident I’ll get and the less new things will scare me. It is a strange world out there, but I think she is right. I am learning I’m safe as long as I am with her, I don’t need to hide behind her. I’m becoming braver and hiding less and less. The other thing I need to practice in public is heeling; I either try to lean on Trainer Girl, or I try to walk with the trainer ahead of her. We’ve been doing lots of heeling exercises in the ranch to help with this and to build my confidence.

We practice things like off-leash heeling in the field and heeling with a wheelchair, or with someone following us in a wheelchair. And I am doing awesome at all of them! Except for one thing, I discovered I love to playfully mouth my handler hand. However, there is a problem; the trainers don’t like it as much as I do, so we are trying to come to an agreement on it. Come back soon, I think I will have good news to tell. Love, Posie! (10/09/2020)

Bella

Tuukka

Pepper

Chara

Buddy

Baxter

Bobbi

Hopefully this has answered some of your questions. Additional questions can be discussed in the phone interview and consultation. Each recipient is handled on an individual basis with many different scenarios.

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