Meet Shelby Grace Sakol

We are thrilled to announce that we have a new addition to our firm: Shelby Grace Sakol joined us in the office on May 18th!

Shelby was born in Corvallis, Oregon on March 19, 2017. Bred under the watchful eye of Jekota Huskyn, she was the second of six puppies, two females, and four males. Her siblings all have really great names, too: Keera, Floki, Tiberius, Kiba, and Kolohe.

Law-Dog Training

When Shelby arrives at the office, her law-dog training will commence immediately and be overseen by her adoptive canine brother, Teddy of the Tundra, Esq., who came to us from PhiChas Siberians.

Fortunately, Teddy and Shelby have already had a chance to get to know each other a bit. They met on May 14th when Shelby was adopted in Oregon and spent a two and a half-day, 1300-mile road trip together back to Colorado.

Fortunately, they had plenty of time to bond, talk about life goals, and create a vision for a successful future together!

We were all relieved to see how well Teddy gets along with Shelby (Teddy can be a bit picky at times). Before she moved in, the whole office buzzed with excitement about her impending arrival – but Teddy feigned indifference to the news! He refused to give us the satisfaction of knowing his true feelings on the subject.

Law-dog training can be intense and extended with lots of social training, house breaking, tail chasing, client-welcoming and of course, eating and sleeping.

The mission of our canine partners is to help create an office environment that is calm and welcoming. This is accomplished with the unconditional love and compassion that only a dog can provide.

If you would like to meet Shelby or need legal assistance, call our office to find out more about how we can help you. Call us today at (720) 999-9506 to set up a free consultation.

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