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Committed for all the puppies, but specifically, Mathilda, Tom, Pearl, and Sammy.

There is a lot that goes untold in the tale about the four-legged creatures who maintain a distinctive future – who are the eyes, companions, heroes, greatest buddies, and independence for some individuals.

Above the past four months, I have had the enjoyment of conference and paying out time with a distinctive team of individuals: manual canine puppy raisers. Just before a Information Canine, come to be a Information Canine, or goes to instruction to come to be a person, they invest a yr with a “raiser” who teaches them fundamental commands and extra importantly, enjoys them.

This film is just a brief snippet of what it means to be a puppy raiser, the issues the puppies encounter, and the adore and help for a better result in.

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The making of this film would not be achievable with out the lots of superb and gifted individuals who served carry the great importance of raising a puppy to everyday living with me. So thank you to:

• Southeastern Information Pet dogs: for making it possible for me to pursue this thought and supplying me permission to abide by your puppy raisers and support help puppy raising.

• Large Position University Communication Section: for aiding me in the skills, know-how, and help to pursue this sort of a undertaking.

• Dr. Trammell: for not supplying up on me and following my outrageous tale suggestions and supporting them all the way.

• My Pet Raisers – Carolyn, John, Joyce, Liz, and Christine: thank you for permitting me bombard your everyday living with a digicam and for accepting me into the team and into your lives. Also, thank you for the a great number of hrs you invest raising these superb puppies.

• My digicam crew – Hogan, Zach, Ben, Kelly, Erin, and Maddie: thank you for your time and for your reward of capturing and translating the lives of these puppies as a result of a digicam.

• My songs artists
– Ryan: thank you for underscoring yet yet another a person of my films with me. I really respect your time and help.
– Troy & The Co.: thank you for producing the touching songs that you do and for making it possible for me to contact other individuals with it. Also, thank you for trusting me with your songs.

• My Adobe Outcomes qualified – Collin: thank you for your support wit the graphics and for making them occur to everyday living.

• My mom and dad: for your loving help, wings, and late night time talks.

• Dave: for believing in me and my outrageous suggestions, and for becoming my sound board all through the system.

26 comments

  1. I can just imagine raising a dog is just like raising kids. They just don't talk back and no linguistic issues lol.

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  2. waoo

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  3. I'm in tears now..

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  4. I love this so much, I'm a puppy raiser for Southeastern and really appreciate you making this documentary to spread knowledge on the process of puppy raising and I'd like to add on with my story. It's a bit cheesy and emotional but it's from my heart and explains why I think all the struggles puppy raisers go through are worthwhile.

    Both my siblings raised guide dogs prior to me and the moment I was old enough I was begging my mom to let me raise one. It has been one of the most incredible experiences of my life and have learned a lot of responsibility from it. My dog, Skylar, had an amazing personality and temperament. She was so sweet to everyone, was amazing at staying calm in situations where there was a lot of potentially scary sights and sounds, and learned and retained obedience with hardly any instruction. Over the year I had her we became best friends, sisters, and more so when it came time to give her up I had such mixed feelings about the whole idea; on one hand I felt regret, sadness, and dread but on the other I was happy, hopeful and knew Skylar had a good chance at becoming a guide dog. People always ask me how I could give up a dog after putting so much love and effort into them for a whole year, and to say the truth its not easy. In fact, its one of the hardest things I have done in my life. Yet despite that, it is such an awarding experience having the knowledge that you have changed someone's life for the better.

    For me I had gratification the day I turned Skylar in for Guide Dog U. After the ceremony, one of the speakers (a blind person) came up to me and told me she had something to give me. She explained that she was the roommate of my dog's sponsor (also blind) and that while he a tried to come to Guide Dog U to see me and Skylar, he wasn't able to come, instead sending a handwritten letter. The letter was short and said something along the lines of "thank you for raising Skylar, you are doing a great thing," which had been what many people had been saying to me all day. But this note meant so much more to me than what everyone else had been saying to me all day combined. It felt so personally and genuine, all my doubts about puppy raising disappeared and all the tears I had shed earlier that morning were worth it. I don't regret a single moment and would raise more dogs without hesitation. The whole Guide Dog program is amazing, they provide these guide dogs to blind people FOR FREE, so I encourage you to support the Guide Dog School in your area. I'm not saying you have to raise a puppy or even donate, but spreading the word or visiting a campus to puppy hug or walk their dogs can provide priceless help.

    And in case anyone is wondering and got this far, we actually got Skylar back from the school and she is now a breeder dog for Southeastern. Right now she's away again but we should be getting a pregnancy announcement from the school soon (it's her first litter!!!) and soon after that we'll get her back. 😀

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  5. wow this just melts my heart. bless these people and dogs ❤️

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  6. I turn in little yellow lab guide in training this saturday. Its is not easy.

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  7. This is really beautiful. Thank you for sharing this story and for highlighting the people that make so many blind and visually impaired people gain freedom!

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  8. I don't know who did I liked more this amazing dogs or these beautiful human beings . God bless them all 😇. Thank you so much for doing all this hard work for the special needs people .

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  9. 24.45 broke my heart.. poor matilda 🙁 🙁 🙁 🙁 🙁 🙁  don't know how they do this. I would be so sad if I ever had to give my dog up

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  10. When Mathilda was going away and looked back it broke my heart.

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  11. I cried when Mathilda left. Thanks for making this, I'm in the processing of getting a guide dog by the end of the year.

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  12. what an absolute courageous and honorable thing to do…to raise a pup, teach a pup, and to give the pup up, even knowing from the beginning that the dog is going for the better good, to help someone and become their eyes!!!!wow incredible…halos to all you trainers

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  13. So excited to finally be able to be a puppy raiser after wanting to be one for over 10 years now, but crying my eyes out rn after watching that video bc the thought of giving them up hurts.. I love the puppy and I don't even have him yet!!! But wow, what an awesome opportunity to get to help someone else and truly put someone else before yourself, no matter how much your heart hurts to let the puppy go. I am so excited!

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  14. I . Love them all.. Just like Sky !!

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  15. My Daisy the lab is very attached to me too. She love me to bits and the feeling is mutual. But I think all labs are like that. The moment you adopt your lab she/he will automatically bond to the original owner.

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  16. Great video!

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  17. Seriously, I think I'm going to kidnap a Golden Retriever and take him home…

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  18. I'm literally crying right now! These owners/ caregivers are amazing at what they do!

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  19. Amazing video!! It was very well put together and I love it! Thank you!

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  20. I am so excited to start raising one of the puppies!!

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  21. it must be soo hard to let them go.

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  22. This is so awesome. My guide dog helps me everyday! Thank you!

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  23. you are all heroes!

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  24. beautiful dogs, the best breed ever!

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  25. thank you, you make the world a better place you change lives.

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  26. that must be soo hard to give up something you raise from the day they are born or at a very young age, to then give them up but bless them for doing it to help those less fortunate

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