Each one of the Hero Litter puppies has a “favorite!” Whether it’s a toy or a playmate, they all have something special that makes them light up and shake a tail.

Hala’s favorite toy would be the ball toys that her volunteer puppy raiser makes. She sits and watches as they are made and gives an “is that one mine” look. Needless to say, many go to her!

Hala
Hala

If you ask Harbor and Harpo what their favorite thing is they would probably reply, “Each other!” They’ve been lucky enough to have spent most of the last month together and boy do they love it! They play, play, play and then nap, nap, nap. Either way, they’re always together and always touching each other one way or another.

Harpo and Harbor
Harpo and Harbor

Harvest loves to play with her many toys; although, she gets so excited that she can be a bit rough on them!

Harvest
Harvest

Bodine the cat is HOLLY’S favorite playmate. Bodine likes to hold Holly’s leash.

Holly with Bodine
Holly with Bodine

By far, Hudson’s favorite thing is to be with his best friend – Kristoff. They lie together and play together constantly. If they are apart and reunite, it’s like a party! When they go on a walk together, they are shoulder to shoulder. Absolutely best buddies!

Hudson and his pal Kristoff
Hudson and his pal Kristoff

Hoagy has been enamored by his bear since he was a small pup. While the bear no longer has ears, Hoagy is very gentle with his little friend.

Hoagy with Bear
Hoagy with Bear

As these Canine Companions puppies grow up, it’s great fun to see what they are drawn to and what gives them so much joy! We send many thanks to the volunteer puppy raisers who provide these wonderful “favorites” to the Hero Litter puppies.

Learn more about puppy raising.

Learn more about Canine Companions for Independence.

4 thoughts on “Hero Litter Happenings – Favorite Things!

  1. I love seeing these pups from birth to being raised for college. I have a release CCI and had another that passed away six years ago yesterday. They are so special. Keep em coming.

  2. The CCI training that my released dog Jami received has proved immeasurable when we have our weekly visits to the hospital and Ronald McDonald House. She loves all and is loved by all.
    Thank you God for creating such magnificent animals that can serve us and that we can serve them.

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