Well, as you can see from the date on my last post it has been awhile since I updated the blog.  I am currently in my sixth week of student teaching.  I am teaching 7th grade Science right now and will be finishing up Science this week and moving into the 7th grade Social Studies classroom next week to finish up my final six weeks of student teaching.  Graduation is going to be May 22, and Jenny and I are very excited about that.  It has been a long ride, and we both are looking forward to having the Master's Degree in our hands!  It's hard to believe that I have been out of high school for six years, and graduated from The Ohio State University two years ago this coming June.  Polly is out of heat now and I am looking forward to getting her back into good shape.  I have been running every day this week, except for tonight.  I have ran them hard Friday, Saturday, Monday, and Tuesday and felt like a day of rest would do them well.  I have been working with my two young males, Smoke and Manny quite a bit here in the last month or so.  Both are progressing each time out.  My newest addition to the kennel, Ringer, is currently at the starting pen.  He will be five months old this week.  I am looking forward to working with him and giving him every opportunity to become a great rabbit dog.  I cannot forget to mention his looks, because he is probably the best looking dog in my kennel.  He is a beautiful pup with great structure and a big blocky, houndy head.  Ringer is at the pen with a relatives pup who is doing a great job in the pen.   She is just a little female but is doing very well and seems to be showing some signs of potentially having a lot of foot.  I will keep you posted on how the pups are doing over the next several weeks.  Thanks for visiting my site once again and checking out the blog.  Like I said, I have been very busy with school (student teaching), and battling pneumonia since March 3rd.  I am finally starting to put it behind me!  **Polly was not bred this heat cycle, but WILL be bred next cycle which looks to be around the end of September. 
 


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