Monday, May 18, 2015

PJ III graduated as a Facility Dog!

PJ has been placed as a Facility Dog at The Child Protection Center of Ross County in Ohio. She was paired with Ashley and will work with abused children.

We want to wish Ashley and PJ great success as they embark (pun intended) on their new life together!

Wednesday, May 13, 2015

Tune in for North Central's Graduation

The graduation Friday, May 15th at 1pm Central time will be live streamed here: NC Graduation

You'll be able to see PJ graduate!!!!

Monday, May 4, 2015

The "P" litter pups rule!

8 out of 10 of the P litter pups are entering Team Training today...all over the United States. That is a GREAT percentage!

Way to Go pups!

PJ is heading to Team Training

Good news, PJ is heading to Team Training and hopefully will make a match. Keep up the good work 2 Times!

And.....Happy 2nd birthday (April 30th)

Wednesday, January 28, 2015

3rd Report has Arrived!

Another report and PJ's still doing what she needs to do!

The trainer's comments are:

"PJ is progressing.  She is progressing with her commands, some faster than others, but she is progressing.  She is sensitive and will shut down if overwhelmed, but she is easily brought back to a working state.  She is walking much nicer on leash and is showing less distracting.  No more issues over toys.  No concerns at this point.  We keep moving forward."

Apparently Ms. Sassy Pants has departed and "Grown Up" PJ has arrived. Keep it up Porkchop...your destiny awaits you!

Wednesday, December 17, 2014

2nd report is in!

Ms "sassy pants" continues to do well. She's doing well with new commands, but doesn't like to come in from the play yard......that seems a little familiar! She's also been jumping on other trainers. She's never done that, but she does get pretty excited when playing.

Keep up the good work Ms Sassy Pants!

Thursday, November 20, 2014

First report is in!

We received our first report yesterday and PJ is doing well in advanced training! She passed the medical exams and the 1st temperament test and seems to be adjusting to kennel life just fine.

Keep up the good work Peege!