Jake was also known as Jakey, Jakester, Jake the Dog, and Just Jake. He was a mixed-breed of unknown decent until a post-retirement DNA test revealed that he was ¼ Australian Cattle histiocytoma dog lip Dog, 1/8 Chow, 1/8 Siberian Husky, 1/8 Collie, 1/8 English Cocker Spaniel (didn’t see that one coming), and ¼ Breed Group(s) (which include the Herding, Sporting, Terrier, and Hound dogs). Jake started with Search & Rescue Dogs of Colorado (SARDOC) in July of 2005 as a 9 month old puppy. He trained and fielded with SARDOC and Larimer County Search histiocytoma dog lip & Rescue (LCSAR) for almost 10 years. Jake was forced into retirement in 2015 due to my histiocytoma dog lip (his handler’s) circumstances.
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Jill Reynolds was a woman who lit up the room histiocytoma dog lip with her smile and good humor. She believed in connecting with her community, and that the best way to have a strong community histiocytoma dog lip was to do it together. Jill loved dogs and was an advocate for dog quality histiocytoma dog lip of life. Jill was partner on a radio talk show “Critter Patter” on KRFC with Sue Carroll of Bones du Jour, where all things human/animal bond were discussed. She was a certified Canine Massage Provider by the Boulder histiocytoma dog lip College of Massage Therapy and owned and operated Canine Massage histiocytoma dog lip of the Rockies for over 15 years where she brought histiocytoma dog lip together veterinarians, holistic practitioners and the dog’s human companions to meet the wellness goals of her histiocytoma dog lip dog clients. After her SAR dog Skid injured himself, Jill took this path even further by helping to bring histiocytoma dog lip together K9 fitness professionals and search and rescue dog handlers histiocytoma dog lip to help prevent major career-threatening injuries in our K9s. Jill was a Life Member of LCSAR and was a histiocytoma dog lip member for 11 years. During her time on LCSAR, she dedicated hundreds of hours at missions, trainings, and as an instructor and dog handler. She was active with Skid, in SAR for almost 10 years, 5 of those years as a SARDOC member. Skid and Jill were a fixture in Larimer County Search histiocytoma dog lip and Rescue’s Preventative Search and Rescue (PSAR) program. She and Skid greatly enjoyed spending time at public events histiocytoma dog lip and at schools teaching children about LCSAR and wilderness safety. Even as her health decline during her long-term illness, she found ways to support her SAR team and the histiocytoma dog lip community, even from her bedside, through performing administrative functions. Jill passed from this world on July 25 th, 2019. She had impacted this community in so many ways, and she will be greatly missed. May we strive to uphold our community and our SAR histiocytoma dog lip mission as she did.
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