Monday, October 1, 2012
Race day is a few days away!!!! It is so exciting I can't wait. The address is 2100 N. Pointe Meadow Drive (1900 W). If you exit I-15 and head west, you will see the LDS church on the right side of the road. You can park in the church parking lot. The race starts accross the street at Point Meadow Park. You can pick up your packet the night before from 5-7:30 pm or race morning after 6:30 am. The race starts at 8:00 sharp. The route starts on Pointe Meadow Drive, runs behind Thanksgiving Point turns around and comes back to where we started. You can purchace raffle tickets before the race and after. There are some GREAT! prizes... Dinner at Olive Garden, Hotel stays, movie tickets, jewlery, doggie baskets and much much more. There is bounce houses for the kids, cotton candy and a photo booth. Ryan Olsen, Stella's dog trainer, will be there giving advice and showing the progress of these amazing dogs. You don't have to be present to win for the raffle, you can just put your name and number on the ticket and we will get in touch with you. We will start the drawings at 9:15-9:30. Can't wait to see you there!
Thursday, September 27, 2012
If you are trying to register for the 5k or 1 mile walk, the online registration is closed. If you didn't register in time you still can sign up on race day. There is no garantee of a T-Shirt and it is $5 more to register. If you have any questions feel free to leave a comment or email me at email@example.com. Thank you so much for all of the support.
Monday, September 24, 2012
We had a great weekend. We were at strut your mutt and met a lot of wonderful people. Everyone fell in love with Stella McCoy and Fritz. They are three of the service dogs in training with salt lake k9. We loved seeing all of the dogs and meeting their owners. Tonight we were able to be at the mascot bowl at Lehi high school. It was so much fun. The kids that were there LOVED Stella! She is such a good dog. We met a lot of people who were interested in the cause and donated towards other children with autism getting a dog. We met a couple of children with autism tonight and they were drawn to Stella. Cameron didn't want us to take Stella without him, it would have been to much for him there. Hopefully the more comfortable he gets with Stella, the more he will be okay to be around large groups of people. We have a lot of pictures of this weekend that we will post soon. Thanks for following us and would love you to leave a comment.
Tuesday, September 18, 2012
Tuesday, September 11, 2012
Today was so fun! Ryan and I were on the radio 97.1 zht to talk about Cameron and Stella. Frankie DB and Jessica were so nice and funny. They posted all of our information to their web page so hopefully we will get a good response. I have an update on our sponsors.... Mountain America Credit Union, Szugz Chap stick, Young Living, BBQ Pitstop, Creamies, Tillman Dental, Contemporary Image and many more for the raffle. We can't wit for race day and to see you all there! Thanks for all of your support!
Wednesday, September 5, 2012
I know it's been a while..... I would like to share this link, http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zMVCzYzgmTc&feature=colike It is a video of Cameron, Stella her trainer and myself talking about why these service/therapy dogs are so important. Cameron is loving Stella more and more each day. He loves taking her for walks. He is very routine oriented so it is the same route every night, but they love it. They run and run in the back yard from the time Cameron gets home until it's time for bed. They both are exhausted when it is bed time. The rest of the family is falling for Stella too. Callie can say her name pretty good and gets so excited to see her. Stella has learned if Callie is eating, she might get a taste too. McCord has been such a big helper in trainig Stella. He is right there with Nate and Ryan learning what to say and how to say it so Stella knows to listen to him. He loves to feed Stella and help take her and Cameron for walks. I have to admit that Stella is by far the best dog we have ever had, we just love her.