|Ke-ola loves Kadante.|
Last night was his last dose of antibiotics. He looks very good. He hasn't coughed or been lethargic in over a week. His coat is beginning to shine and his wounds are healed and all but one are completely gone. He has a great deal of energy and is very playful. Roland, my husband, loves to take him out with his skateboard. He teaches at night so by the time he gets home the parking lot across the way is empty and inviting. I've tried to film them while they are skateboarding but it's too dark.
As this is my first experience fostering a rescue dog there are many things for me to learn. Some of the techniques I've used to train previous dogs seem to work well with Ke-ola but there are some behaviors that I haven't been able to correct. Gabby Alvarado from ICARE listened to my situation patiently and gave me some very valuable suggestions. I started implementing the treats for a job well done and am working with some new tools to help with corrections. I am very grateful and look forward to communicating with Ke-ola better.
We are working with Ke-ola to teach him his basic commands. We are also working with his manners. He is a very loving boy and wants to please so we are hoping we can help him become a model citizen.
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