Many of our dogs go on to train for specialized tasks.
Kicker is our girl Zoe's brother (Ch Dewmist Davenport x
Ch Cameo Whispering Wind).
Kicker earned his Delta Society status in 2003 and has
been working as a therapy dog with his owner, Joanne
Fusco, in Memphis, TN, visiting nursing homes and loving
kids at St. Jude's Hospital.
And his recent trip to the library below.
Theo is from Runnymede's "Indeed" and my retired
female "Whisper" (Ch Runnymede Indeed x Ch
Cameo Whispering Wind).
Theo earned his Delta Society status early in 2004
and is bringing joy to all those he comes in contact
with. Pictured here with his owner Barbara Howard,
Tanglewood Goldens in the "real world"
Bob and Molly's photo was included in the
March 2008 issue of Outdoor Life magazine. Bob
was the 2007 Outdoor Life Conservation Award
winner. Molly is from our Jackie/Bond litter and is
Bob's constant companion.
Maybelle is from our Encore/Gulliver litter.
Maybelle, with her owners Sue and Tom, recently
passed her Delta Society requirements.
Bria / Swen Male – “Deochi” certified in SAR
In the Search and Rescue world there is
what’s known as the “Operational Test”. It’s
the final test a dog and handler go through
before becoming operational and have the
ability to be deployed for search calls. The
test is grueling, to say the least. The dog and
handler are given two hours to complete the
test. The test and timer starts when the dog
is given the scent article. Very few dogs
complete the test on the first try. But at USC
Upstate Campus, Deo (Deochi) and myself
went through some of the most awful territory
you can imagine. Deo, as usual, went to
ground and pulled me behind. We traveled
through briars, rocks, streams, back wood
paths and over construction sites. Deo never
stopped working. At one hour and fifty one
minutes--there was the victim. The judge, my
flanker and the victim all kept saying over and
over how great he was and what a great work
ethic he had. He’s the first dog on our team
to pass it on the first try. You should really be
proud of him. What a Dog!!!!
Chuck, Misha and Deochi
Tanglewood Goldens • P.O. Box 470841 • Charlotte, NC 28247
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Lina (Tanglewood Lina Down Under TDI/CD)
is from my Encore/Gullliver litter. She is now a
proud TDI/CD dog!
Pictured at right at "work" at Brenner
Children's Hospital Child
Our Eva is such a natural at the nursing
home. She is incredibly gentle, and just
beckons the patients to pet her, brightening
their day and hers too!
We are on cloud nine...I thought Jesse
might get a moderate rating. But we got
100% -- the highest rating we could get! I
guess the timing was good and our girl will
be two next weekend. Jessie has been in
every obedience class since I started w/
CDTC 2 years ago. God has truly blessed
us and will bless others through this.
Margie Crable and Jesse
The work of a therapy dog is one of love and devotion.
Read this article about Riley, a Ch Bond and Ch Krumpet
pup. Riley has been specially trained to be a life
companion for a young man named Israel, who has
cerebral palsy and seizures...(click the link below)
Caleb's Kids Article - Israel and Riley