Thirty Years with Leader Dogs: Part 1. Keller

*Ari and I are delighted to share Alice’s remarkabel memories of her devoted canine teammates. Thanks for joining the jurney!*

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WORDWALK Presents a Month-long Salute to My Four Leader Dogs:

 

Part 1. Keller–the Spring of My Four Seasons, Thirty Years, with Leader Dogs

 

By Alice Jane-Marie Massa

During this entire month of March, my blog posts will be “dog posts” because I will be celebrating thirty years of working with Leader Dogs. The exact magical and memorable date is March 21, 1990, when I received my first Leader Dog Keller, a stunningly beautiful reddish Golden Retriever. After my two pet spaniels, I loved grooming Keller’s long hair. Once, I measured the “feathering” on her back legs: her longest hairs measured fourteen inches.

Throughout these past three decades, my life has been truly blessed with my four guide dogs. “To everything, there is a season….” [Ecclesiastes 3:1] I can easily think of my four Leader Dogs as the four seasons of my life working with guide dogs. When I…

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2 thoughts on “Thirty Years with Leader Dogs: Part 1. Keller

  1. Joan–Many thanks to you for reblogging this post about my first Leader Dog Keller.  I do greatly appreciate your sharing this piece with the readers of your blog.  Knowing that more people will have the opportunity to read this post about Keller is a special treat for me!

    With warm appreciation and good wishes,

    Alice and Willow

    1. You are most welcome, my darling friend, blessings and sweetness to you and Willow! *hummingbirds at dawn**sunbeams through clouds*

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