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With military spouses time experience accident receive a hearing dog his skin to separate resulting terrible sores. The chemo drugs used to treat this condition also weaken the immune system. Albie succumbed to pneumonia, a severe GI infection, and MRSA. Skylyn's Miami CD, RN, NDD, CGC, Therapy Dog Pet Partner; We lost our sweet Wookie, our first Bernese, to metastatic cancer of the liver, lymph nodes, and spleen October 13, just after her 8th Birthday. Buckeye N Paradise She Loves You May 6- 26. Wookie's niece, our little girl was diagnosed with malignant histiocytosis affecting multiple organs and causing a terrible anemia Late November, 2007. We gently and lovingly sent her ahead of us to the Rainbow Bridge when it was clear she needed to be set free from her failing body. Skylyn's Ice Nov. 9- Feb 25. was our first boy and such a loving pup! than anything, he loved to pull his little red cart! He taught us drafting and despite a lack of ideal face markings, was pointed toward his championship. He was helped to the rainbow bridge when he experienced complications from a second stroke. His first stroke 5 months earlier had left him paralyzed the rear, but had not dampened his cheerful, loving spirit. We worked hard with therapists and our vets to help him recover and he was making progress until a second stroke left him constant pain. Through caring for for those 5 months we learned a lot about handicapped dogs, sources for care products, and the wonderful support networks for owners. titles legend: CD companion Dog CH conformation NDD passed test to earn novice draft dog title CGC passed AKC canine good citizen obedience test RN passed 3 tests to earn rally novice title NAP novice agility preferred title. Eye on the Trail: Snow of Iditarod XLVI Eclipses Wilbur storm Wilber has finally passed on through the Dakotas, Minnesota, Wisconsin and Michigan. It snowed steady for almost two days, blanketing optimistic patio furniture and ground that was bare a few days earlier with nearly a foot of snow. Winds were strong but didn't quite create Norton Sound whiteout conditions. Wilbur added to the 4 Eye on the Trail: Iditarod XLVI Awards The celebration of success for Iditarod finishers was held at the Nome Recreation Center snowy Nome on March 18. Why would the weather be any different for the banquet than what it was on the trail during the race? Mushers with the families, friends, kennel workers as well as race sponsors and Eye on the Trail: Sharing Photos Front of the Pack As the saying goes, you can't be two places at once. Just after Joar, Nic and arrived Nome, I was able to share photos from either Schultz or Schroder. More of the top ten finished during the time I was transit from Unalakleet to Nome. I'd like to pick Eye on the Trail: Red Lantern to Kaltenborn As the final musher to cross the finish line of the race, Magnus Kaltenborn wins the Red Lantern Award. It's also his responsibility to extinguish the Widow's Lamp. The two lanterns have different traditions and significance. Incidentally, the Champion, Joar Leifseth Ulsom and the Red Lantern musher of Iditarod XLVI are both Norwegian born. Out Eye on the Trail: Radano Nome Talkeetna's Radano came into Nome this morning tight behind has been a delight on the trail with her big smile and positive attitude. To the Iditarod Insiders she said, It was really fun, lots of challenges. I'm really proud of these guys for amazing job. I'm really proud of myself Eye on the Trail: 50th The good news for Radano and Magnus Kaltenborn was wind direction. Rather than facing into the wind and wind blown snow for the to Nome from White Mountain, some of the time the wind was blowing from behind. It was a welcome relief after experiencing blizzards, whiteouts and the blowhole since Eye on the Trail: 49th Musher Nome Meredith Mapes made the Burled Arch this morning to earn 49th place the 49th state with a time of 12 days, 19 hours and 53 minutes. When Mapes was asked what was tough about the trail she immediately responded snow, there was a short pause and she said Snow, a longer pause and she said SNOW, Eye on the Trail: Shaynee Traska Nome Shaynee Traska was the first musher to sign up for Iditarod 2018 back June. She was the first musher into Nome on St. 's Day. True to her style, came wearing a big smile. Friends, family and Iditarod officials greeted Traska when she arrived the chute. Her dream of running Iditarod Eye on the Trail: Late Friday Finishers The number of finishers for Iditarod 2018 reach forty-seven before Thursday turns to Friday and St. 's Day is here. As of right now, fifteen mushers have scratched or withdrawn from Iditarod 2018. Yes, weather and difficult trail have played a part that number. Forty-five mushers have arrived Nome, all talking about Since the 1980's, there have been significant advances the field of animal assisted therapy and the use of therapy dogs. Organized therapy dog groups provide educational material to volunteers, they screen both volunteers and