PAWS Alumni

Enzo (PAWS Name Primo)

Enzo did complete training class at Petco. He is a jumper and we are working through different tactics to help him…

Carmela (PAWS Name Sprite)

Carmela, formerly known as Sprite, is doing great! We’re taking her to puppy training classes, and she learns very quickly. She…

Azazel (PAWS Name Mick)

I named him Azazel after one of my favorite comic book characters. He has a slight problem with chewing but I…

Thunder & Storm

Thunder and Storm are doing great. We’ve learned that they LOVE car rides, stuffed animals (just to carry around in their…


Swanson and I are doing great. We have completed our training. He is very smart and eager to please. He got…

Bailey (PAWS Name Amy)

Everything is going well with our puppy.

Addie (PAWS Name Mable)

Mable, also known as Addie is doing very well- as you can see, she loves taking naps (covered and with a…

Hooch (PAWS Name Olive)

I changed Olive’s name to Hooch, and she is doing very well. I have been doing simple training to keep her…

Riley (PAWS Name Anais)

Thanks for the message. We love, love, love our puppy! We have named her Riley (PAWS Chicago called her Anais). Here…

Pepper (PAWS Name Brenna)

All is well as can be expected. Pepper, who was, Brenna, is now 5 months old. As you can see she…


Everything is going well with Cooper. I did change it back to his original name. He attended training at PAWS.

Freddie (PAWS Name Boden)

We changed Boden’s name to Freddie. Things are going great and Freddie graduated from PetCo’s puppy 1 training class.

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