Part 41 – Socialising and more socialising

Mom and a friend went out for pancakes and I joined them. It is always so nice when restaurants allow Guide Dog puppies. We sat outside in the shade and there were birds, horses and sheep and tiny baby sheep (those were Mom’s favourite!). They were a little skittish but luckily they were behind a fence.

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I also finished another course at McKaynine Training Centre. I passed my Canine Good Citizen Bronze! Here I am with my rosette. After my class I always have to wait for Anja to finish her class, and Mom will give me a stuffed Kong to play with and chew on. This is all hard work – look at my tongue…

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Next time I tell you about my new training adventure

 

 

 

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