Tuesday, September 18, 2012

_ Jubilant Juno _

We have had a string of success with new-dog assessments lately! Yesterday's assessment, Juno, was no exception. She is a gorgeous, five year old, sixty-five pound, Siberian Husky. Although hard to believe, given her exceptional disposition and fluent dog-speak, Juno is a "rescue dog". Her owner got her from Adopt A Husky, and boy did he score! Juno did fabulous with the Big Roll pack here at Fort Fido. It is quite obvious that she has socialized with a group of dogs before. Juno was definitely in her element being with the pack. Jake and Flash were two of her favorite playmates. After ripping around hard with them, and others, Juno would gracefully rest herself, rather than get "cranky". Nobody would ever have guessed that it was her first day at The Fort, she conducted herself like a well-seasoned veteran. Well done Juno! You are a pleasure of a dog that is welcome anytime.

This short clip pretty much sums up Juno's play-style. It sounds feisty but it is all in good fun lol!


P.S. Just a note, Juno's owner, John, owns and operates Summit Strength and Conditioning in University Place. Check 'em out!

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