Photobucket Photobucket Therapy dogs spread happiness, love, and cheer to people who otherwise might be lonely, sad or slow to heal. This is the journey of Cayman, a longhair miniature dachshund and his journey and experiences visiting becoming a therapy dog.

Did you know that pet visits often spark good memories of a person's own pets? Dogs often can reach people and children who have withdrawn from the world. It's been suggested by science that petting a dog can lower blood pressure, reduce anxiety and stress, and promote healing.



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Friday, July 4, 2008

It's Been a While

Its been a while since I last gave you all an update on Cayman. Well, not much else has changed other than he is definitely growing. We had to loosed his collar for the first time this week. Lately things have been pretty mellow. Its been a lot of chasing Cayman through the house, removing stolen items from him like our daughter's pacifiers and toys and crayons. He is so mischievous!

We have discovered that Cayman has a very set schedule. Every morning he wakes around 4:30- 5 am to be let out to go potty, is returned to his kennel, then is crying to be let out and up for the day around 5:30 which is when I get up to get ready for work.

Next week is Cayman's next vet visit so be sure to look for more post later. Well, today is the Fourth of July and we will be busy boating so I must get things ready for our trip as well as get Cayman's puppy playpen well stocked with toys and bones.

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