This is Holley. She came to me through Alaska Airedale Rescue in 1995. My friends in rescue knew that I had recently lost my great old Airedale girl. I was still devastated over the loss of my friend, but when Holley rolled over to have her belly rubbed, I was a goner. She "worked" with me in an office for several years (her job was greeting people and tracking mud into the office). When we left that job, she passed her CGC and became a therapy dog at the local senior center. Holley is retired from therapy at the age of 13, but still likes to dress up on occasion. Her jobs now include keeping critters out of her yard, trying to impart her therapy knowledge to the other two 'dales in the family and keeping her humans in line. RESCUE DOGS RULE!
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