10 Things About Junebug

Close up photo of Junebug’s face | © 2014

Here are 10 things about myself, wags!

  1. My name is Junebug. I will be six years old in May 2015. I am a working Guide Dog and an alumni of Guide Dogs for the Blind. I was trained at the San Rafael, CA campus.
  2. My mom is an advocate, motivational speaker, and artist. I guide her to all of her speaking events. This means I have logged in a lot of air-miles. I have the whole riding in an airplane at my mom’s feet down. I’m so well behaved on the plane, that most people don’t even know I’m there.
  3. I work hard, but I also play hard. I have three – yes, THREE overflowing toy boxes. It’s very important to balance work with play. My favorite toy right now is my new bright green Kong ring with a rope and handle.
  4. I am a female yellow Labrador Retriever. And, I have a black birthmark like spot on my tongue.
  5. I was raised in southern California.
  6. I once used my Guide Dog skills to save my mom from being hit by (of all things) an ambulance. I saw it coming and quickly backed us up out of the way.
  7. I have a BFF who’s name is Jules. He also is a Guide Dog. We often get together and have play-dates.
  8. I’m currently living in Kentucky.
  9. I came trained as a Guide Dog for the Blind, but additionally my mom has taught me twenty-seven tricks and counting!
  10. I love my job and I love life. I have an outgoing personality. I check it in while I’m at work, but when I’m not working I am full of wags.
Thanks for visiting my site. Please be sure share my page, tell your family and friends about it,  and follow and me on social media. What can I say, I’m a social Bug, wags! If you’re interested in booking my mom and I at an event, please click here and fill out the contact form.
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Welcome!

Junebug guiding her mom on a spring day.  © 2014

Welcome my friends to my website and blog, Junebug | A Guide Dog’s Adventures. I appreciate your interest in me and my Guide Dog work. I love my job as a working Guide Dog for the Blind. I’ll be six years old in May 2015. I’ve safely been guiding my mom, who is partially blind, since 2011. She is an advocate, motivational speaker, and artist. Please feel free to visit her site, margeauxgray.com. Together we are a team and are creating the change we wish to see in the world. I work hard, but I also play hard. It’s very important to balance work with play (whether you’re a Guide Dog or not). I am very happy to have the opportunity to share with you some of my adventures. Please be sure share my page, tell your family and friends about it,  and follow and me on social media. What can I say, I’m a social Bug, wags! If you’re interested in booking my mom and I at an event, please click here and fill out the contact form.

Thank you and have a woofderful day, wags!

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