Faith, our sweet blind baby, was adopted from RAGOM in the fall of 2012. We decided to bring a younger dog into our family and I was thinking it was time to get another dog agility prospect, so we put in our adoption application to RAGOM. About a week after putting in the application and receiving our home visit, I was contacted by Faith’s foster mom Joyce. Joyce wrote me a letter from Faith. Faith told me all about herself (the good and the bad) and asked if maybe instead of getting another agility dog that maybe I would enjoy training a blind dog to do therapy work. I quickly read Faith’s bio on the RAGOM website and talked this over with my husband Dean. I spent an hour on the phone with Joyce and two days later we drove to St. Cloud to meet Faith and her foster family. Faith came into RAGOM when she and two of her littermates were just puppies. Her brother Russell was born deaf and is blind in one eye and her sister Tilly is near-sighted. Faith was now 9 months old and had grown into a beautiful, busy young lady. Joyce had not found the perfect home for Faith until now, and a few weeks later we brought our sweet girl home. It has been quite and adventure taking in a very busy, very active blind dog, but it is a decision that we do not regret for a second. Faith is truly the happiest and sweetest dog that I have ever met and the joy she exudes is infectious. She has taught us to live everyday with joy and to continue to live in the moment and I attribute her as the primary reason that I decided to leave the safety of the corporate world and pursue my passions.