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23rd Annual dog Olympics
Were you able to make it out to CBCR North Carolina State University’s College of Veterinary Medicine's 23nd Annual Dog Olympics? If not, you missed meeting Nick, one of CBCR's newest foster dogs.
As with any Border Collie, Buddy will need a job. So far, he has taken to the jobs of squirrel patrol officer and supervisor of all frisbee games his foster dog sister plays. We are trying to find another outlet for Buddy's high prey drive, and working on building a training relationship with him. As he has not had any formal work with a person, he will need time to get into the training groove. He's learning quickly, however, that working with a human can be very rewarding, and that sitting, coming when called, and laying down when asked yields yummy treats. He is very smart and it should be easy to continue his training.
She loves dogs, people and doesn't bother the larger animals. Cats, chickens and other smallish critters are her weak area. She is doing much better on the leash, though still pulls a bit. She will make a great companion for someone who has a kitty free home.