These terms are mentioned on the puppy raising report. Here are the definitions.
As a puppy raiser for Guide Dogs for the Blind, you are asked to fill out a report each month that details your puppy's health, training, and socialization progress and behaviors. This form is to be turned into your leader every month, who in turn, then gives it to your Community Field Representative. After your CFR reviews the form, he or she sends it to our office in San Rafael, where it is placed in your puppy's file.
Fill out the puppy project report when your puppy is recalled. This is the spot where you can tell everyone how awesome your baby is, and where he or she might need a little extra work.
Attached is a copy of the 2006 tax letter, as required by the IRS. Guide Dogs is a non-profit, charitable organization under the provisions of section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code (tax ID #94-1196195).
Is my adult dog too fat or too skinny? Purina put out this chart and Guide Dogs follows it.
Purina put out this chart that Guide Dogs uses to determine if your puppy is the appropriate weight.
(original pdf) We appreciate the cooperation of all raisers and leaders in complying with the following puppy raising nutritional policy.
NEW! Colorado Laws regarding access for puppies in training (link to HWPT website) or a pdf of the Colorado puppy law if the website is down.
Please fill it out at the end of each month and email your puppy report to Heidi. Guide Dogs tracks each puppy's progress. Please label the puppy report as follows:
Puppy raisers with a Guide Dog Puppy in tow, wearing a Guide Dog vest, can ride the bus for free. This was announced in RTD Bulletin TR-04-7 (Click to download a photocopy of the memo)