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Kola is possibly the world’s worst guest ranch dog. He is especially obnoxious when he is in the vicinity of his mistress’s office which he considers to be his domain that must be protected from all on-comers. He can be positively rude. Even when he is out and about with guests, he is not a […]Read More
Harriet’s spring return does not mean the end or our collective anxiety. Yes, we do wring our hands in anticipation of her safe arrival, but then we immediately start wringing them again as we wait for her mate to arrive, or for her to select a new mate if he doesn’t. And it doesn’t stop […]Read More
Everyone could feel the tension in David Moss’s voice as he recounted the story of his attempts and ultimate success of rescuing his friend who had been buried by an avalanche while the two of them had been skiing during their annual “Snow Madness” adventure. Thank you, David, for taking us along on such a […]Read More
Animals pulling people seemed to be the theme this past week at Dunrovin. First we hear from Judy Krieth about her adventures using dogs to take her flying through the Alaska winter by harnessing the dogs to pull her on skis. Next we visit our stone boat project and the adventure of training Oggy to pull […]Read More
Everyone fell in love with Gracie, the wildlife shepherd of Glacier National Park, and her working partner, Mark Biel. Their relationship of trust and training were evident from the videos and presentation that Mark gave us. Over and over, Dunrovin is reminded of what wonderful things can happen when animals and people form relationships founded […]Read More
Duane Buchi, the Education Coordinator at the Lewis and Clark Interpretive Center, brought Captain Lewis and his dog Seaman to life during his presentation of the horses and the one dog that were part of Lewis’ and Clark’s Corps of Discovery in 1805 and 1806. Meanwhile James, Brandon, and Ashley continued their own journey of […]Read More
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