So Today I went down to the San Jose Animal Care Center to license Arya. She has been doing so well lately and after a discussion with my doctor and my mentor with a service dog I decided it was time to take the next step.
Service Dogs-let me share with you what I have learned over the past few months. I won’t go too much into why I need a service dog in this post, for that look to my posts regarding hemophilia and being disabled. However, I hope to help you or someone you may know decide if they … Continue reading
So you want a service dog? Well I know I do… why wouldn’t you want one? But before we get to that lets talk about what types of dogs are there. Not breeds but types, or classifications…. And then what makes a Service Dog so special? Continue reading
To tell the story of Arya, I need to first tell you a little about Nanuk.
Nanuk, was my first Siberian Husky. We got him as a puppy in August of 1998. He was about three months old. We like most people fell in love with the blue eyes and the ball of fur. Continue reading
So with the recent hurricane Sandy I got thinking about life here in California and why earthquakes are so much better. So here are five reasons Earthquakes are better than Hurricanes. Continue reading
I currently have a Siberian Husky named Arya. I am currently training her as a Service Dog for myself. She is my second Siberian Husky. Someday I will tell you more about Nanuk who lived 14 years with me and my family. But if you have gotten to here… you love Huskies or are interested … Continue reading
Welcome to Horyza on the Go. Here you will find my thoughts on: Life Living With Hemophilia A Training a service dog Owning a dog in the San Jose/San Francisco Bay Area Siberan Huskies Fluky (Random Thoughts) Religion (Mostly Catholic – It’s what I am)