Welcome to Paris' new blog! This blog will follow Paris' adventures of being a pet. Paris was the 8th puppy that I raised for Guide Dogs for the Blind. I received her on September 24th, 2009 when she was 7 months old, and raised her until she returned for her formal harness training on May 9, 2010. 18 days later I got the unfortunate news that she was career changed for Persistent hyperplastic primary vitreous which means she has blurry vision. It took me a few days to decide that she should come home, and I couldn't be happier to be getting my baby girl back. It'll be tough for a bit while I am still in school, but I will make it work. Paris is a very special pup and I couldn't pass up the chance to have her be my forever dog. I have been looking up therapy groups in my area because she is the kind of dog who needs a job and nothing would make her happier. I am not sure when she will make it back down to Utah but I will for sure let you all know. I can't wait!!
[7 month old Paris on the day I got her laying in the grass. She was a goofy and awkward little girl who I loved to watch grow and mature.]
[Much more grown up and mature Paris laying on some rocks in front of a waterfall a few days before recall.]
P.S. I am not sure I love the new blog title so if anyone has suggestions for it I would love to hear them. :D