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Sucha earned her summer reading certificate and metal

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  • Sucha earned her summer reading certificate and metal

    2,000 minutes of summer reading were completed and Sucha got her certificate
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    Neat accomplishment!

    Good summer, bet she made some kids very happy.

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      Originally posted by Bluey View Post
      Neat accomplishment!

      Good summer, bet she made some kids very happy.
      she has several adults also reading to her, they are learning English and she encourages them as they read
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        Aww good girl!

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          Originally posted by clanter View Post

          she has several adults also reading to her, they are learning English and she encourages them as they read
          How interesting.

          We only had kids in our Reading with Rover group.

          That is such a good idea.

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            Originally posted by Bluey View Post

            How interesting.

            We only had kids in our Reading with Rover group.

            That is such a good idea.

            Sucha's work is never done, Tuesday she had to teach 45 or so preschooler about Dog Safety ... she let my wife help. They had three sessions of of about 15 kids each who were told/taught about just do not walk up to some dog and pet it. They were shown what to do, ask the owner first if it was OK, then how to approach a dog in a none threatening manor... she received a lot of pets that day

            Her work schedule is unending so she tells me
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              Originally posted by clanter View Post


              Sucha's work is never done, Tuesday she had to teach 45 or so preschooler about Dog Safety ... she let my wife help. They had three sessions of of about 15 kids each who were told/taught about just do not walk up to some dog and pet it. They were shown what to do, ask the owner first if it was OK, then how to approach a dog in a none threatening manor... she received a lot of pets that day

              Her work schedule is unending so she tells me
              A dog with a stellar work ethic, she deserves her medal.

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                Originally posted by Bluey View Post

                she deserves her medal.
                meal is what she prefers, will work for food is a predominate thought
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                  Originally posted by clanter View Post

                  meal is what she prefers, will work for food is a predominate thought
                  No surprise, dogs of the sporting group are known to live for their stomachs.

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                  • #10
                    Good work, but you might get more responses in Off Topic or The Menagerie.
                    If thou hast a sorrow, tell it not to the arrow, tell it to thy saddlebow, and ride on, singing. -- King Alfred the Great

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                      Originally posted by Rallycairn View Post
                      Good work, but you might get more responses in Off Topic or The Menagerie.
                      but she works as horse trainer also

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                        she was raised around horses

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                          Sucha appears to live in my neck of the woods, who knew! Such a cool endeavor.
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                            All the goodies for Sucha!

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                              she often is taken to class to teach the others how to set still and pay attention the teacher (who is my daughter)

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