Cavalier King Charles Spaniel
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Home:Vacaville, CA  [I have a diary!]  
Age: 12 Years   Sex: Male

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Barkers, Mommys big boy

Doggie Dynamics:
not playfulvery playful

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Quick Bio:
-purebred-service dog -dog rescue

August 1st 2004

Cuddles, hugs, kisses and poodles

Favorite Toy:
Any thing squeeky

Favorite Food:
Chicken breast

Favorite Walk:
The park, and mall

Best Tricks:
All, he's a Service Dog

Arrival Story:
Barklay was a rescue puppy. He came to us and Snoopy waith a great deal of iusses. He had ear & eye infection. He was badly treated by a puppy broker, who shown him no love or care. He was a shy little boy who was very aggressive over food. He found Snoopy to be his new daddy, and he was soon feeling a lot better and playing like a normal pup, but he was have awful dreams and wake up the whole house. He grew up to fast and was great company for his elder;Snoopy. Barklay is now fit and strong, with a face you just have to love.

We lost Snoopy Nov '07 to cancer and Barklay became very depressed. He had a lot to deal with all at once. He had started his service dog training however; he was so depressed he didnâ€â⠞¢t want to leave home. He is back up and working now, but at times he can be very possessive of Snoopyâ€â €žÂ¢s things. He seems to want to save them for when Snoopy comes home.

Forums Motto:
working like a dog

The Last Forum I Posted In:
Dogs for diabetics

I've Been On Dogster Since:
February 6th 2008 More than 9 years!

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Please help us, help others!

September 16th 2008 10:17 am
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I would also like to beg you if you have any used service dog stuff you’d like to get rid of, please message us. We are always looking for supplies, and toys. If it’s not something I need, mom passes it on to the next Service Dog in need. She never-ever resale’s it, but we get asked that a lot. Mom knows so many needy people and SDs we can always find a home for used dog stuff. We are even having a yard sale next month to buy another service dog some Rx food. He can’t eat meat so he has to eat this ZD stuff. Well I hope to hear from you. Keep up the good work.


Working Hard

September 16th 2008 10:13 am
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I passed my international assistance test in June ’08. I can work almost anywhere now. I really love my job. I feel like I’m on-call 24/7 but to be honest I lay about and nap most of the time. When mom is at her volunteer job, she sits at a desk talking to all kinds of people with different disabilities. I use to get up and look every time a new people came in the office, now I just open my eyes and look at them. Once I’m sure everything is safe I go back to my nap or playing with my Kong toy. She helps any where from 4 to 10 hours so I get bored sometimes and start to bug her. Then she takes a brake and I get a short walk for fun, (not a hurry-up ‘go-potty’) walk. We have a new thing we have been doing to, mom and I walk to real-work I still have to lay in the back while she gets the café ready, but it’s no big deal we are only there for 2hr. The fun part is at the end of the week mom gets paid and she takes me to Safe-Way where everyone LOVES me, and I get fresh meat. Mom cooks it of course; she is kind of a germ-o-phob. So I get boiled or grilled meat….OMG is that good!

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