Ranger has a place to call a permanent home. He is now in charge of kisses, licks, and tennis ball management. Although we had high hopes for Ranger, our expectations is not always the best for the dog. After an evaluation for a career of service to a local community, we realize Ranger might be better off giving kisses than trying to apprehend bad guys. Rather than start any type of advanced training, it was best decided to go the safe route and find him a good home. Ranger now has a wonderful family dedicated to a life of Exercise, Obedience, and Affection. He has a huge yard to run around in until he passes out.
Ranger will definitely be missed by not only myself but also Bandit. Ranger was relentless in his play with bandit and really showed bandit how to play once again. Bandit's ability to play was something that had been missing for quite some time, and Ranger taught him to trust a dog again. We will miss his eagerness to please and playful bows to other dogs. I will not miss you chewing of my boots and bassinet.
A special thank you to Joe Nick for respect and trust you have in me and my abilities to train and care for your dogs!
Ranger now has two brothers and a sister to play with on a daily basis. Ranger is getting spoiled by his family and getting his own house built just for him! This dog house will be insulated and equipped with air vents and carpet. Below are pictures sent in by Ranger's family showing the love he has.
On behalf of Joe Nick, Myself, and the Mid-Atlantic K9 team; we wish Ranger the best and most fulfilling life. Remember Exercise, Obedience, and then Affection.
-Sam Valenza, Jr.