A Day with Ginny
Ginny’s Life Revolves Around Working, Training or Resting
6 a.m. - Ginny starts her day running around in a big fenced in yard under constant supervision.
6:30 a.m. - Enters her car crate for a short drive to the mine rescue station.
7 a.m. - Ginny goes into her office kennel for a light breakfast and a short rest.
7:30 a.m. - Back to the car crate for the commute to different mine sites for training.
8 a.m. - Head underground for the day. We are continually working while underground. Whether working on obedience, agility, or search and rescue, we are constantly working to sharpen and fine tune her skills and abilities. The rest of the team helps with the search and rescue training by acting as victims in different search scenario’s for Ginny to search and find them.
2 p.m. - Back to the car crate for the commute back to the mine rescue station.
3 p.m. - At the mine rescue station for cleanup ( Ginny gets a little dirty while underground ).
3:30 p.m. - Back to the car crate for the short drive back home.
4 p.m. - Arrives at home for some back yard fun and some more obedience training.
5 p.m. - Ginny enters her home crate for a little nap.
7 p.m. - Ginny eats her full meal for the day. ( a healthy portion of Science Diet, Chicken and Brown Rice). This is followed by two to three more visits to the back yard for potty breaks.
10 p.m. - Back to her home (indoor) kennel for LIGHTS OUT.