May started out with the puppy swap. I had a wonderful time with Robin and her husband. I loved playing with Honor’s toys and taking naps in Honor’s bed.
When I returned home from the puppy swap I was exited to see my furry best friend, Goodnight. I ran around the house looking in all of his favorite places but he was not there. Day two of looking around the house I found his collar and leash and gave them a big sniffing. By the sad looks of everyone I knew he would not be coming home. Goodnight was wonderful and taught me a few life lessons. He taught me how to be submissive to elderly dogs. He taught me how to be secure while crated. He would always lay outside of my crate, which gave me much comfort. He taught me patience in waiting my turn for the water bowl.
My young puppy raisers love to play dress up with me. They put me in their clothes. We have a lot of fun but we work on the commands “paw, lift, stay”. I have started helping to unload the dishwasher. I think I’m the only one in the house that gets excited to unload the dishwasher. We work on the commands “take, bring, give”. I have also learned to “take and hold” a little plastic basket. I really enjoy carrying my little basket.
I attend church on a weekly basis and I find it to be an interesting place to go. It’s dark and the marble floor is shinny and cold. I am able to sit nicely and quietly for the entire hour.