This month in Advanced Training, Cheshire had another busy month with field trips and off-leash time in the forest. She has worked very hard, and throughout her training, she still struggled with self-regulation in various situations in times of change, both at home and in public.

After much careful consideration and time, Cheshire will move to being a pet – she is a very lively dog and will enjoy her best life where she can spend one-on-one time with her new family and have lots of time for running and long walks. We appreciate the hard work of everyone who has helped Cheshire with her training. Cheshire is a fun, cheerful and affectionate dog with a “joie de vivre” and will be a wonderful pet companion. We wish all good things for Cheshire in her future. 

Career Change: Pet

Advanced training location: West Coast 

Submitted by: Margaret, AFD & PSTD Training Program Manager 

York enjoying cuddle time with his sister Cheshire.