I give this book a five-biscuit rating. It's Mom's new chapter book for kids aged 7 to 10. I hope someone buys it and then reads it to me during Read to a Dog at the library. (available at Amazon.com) Her next book better be about a dog. I've been giving her story ideas all year.
Thursday, October 24, 2013
Thursday, June 20, 2013
I can't believe two years have gone by since my first evaluation to be a therapy dog. I was kinda nervous that time. But now I'm an experienced professional. I'm proud to say I passed my second evaluation with flying colors! I even got a promotion from "Predictable" level to "Complex" level. That means I can visit in hospitals now. They said I was calm and beautiful. (blush!)
My other good news is....it's my 12th birthday today! Mom took me to visit at the nursing home and then we went to McDonald's. She got me a double-double burger. Yum! (I shared half with my sister, Sherry)
I may be a year older, but my vet says I'm in great shape. Mom calls me a "Peerless Pup."
Thursday, January 24, 2013
Thursday, January 10, 2013
My New Year's Resolution is to read more books with kids!
I'm off to a good start at the Oro Valley Library with my new friends, Olivia and Sierra. I love to hear books read aloud and see the pictures. Mom even made a book all about ME! If you come to the Oro Valley Library when it's Read to a Dog time, you can read it. What books are you going to read this year?
Monday, November 12, 2012
Oh boy! I had fun at Arizona Poodle Rescue's Poodle Romp. We met oodles of poodles at a park where dogs could run off leash, sniff each other and play. My new sister came from Arizona Poodle Rescue and she got to see her former foster mom. I came home dog tired from all the excitement.
Friday, September 21, 2012
Well, I didn't get to be Only Dog for long. Last week Mom and Dad and I went up to the Petsmart in Scottsdale to see if Arizona Poodle Rescue had a sister for me. They did! And here she is. Her name is Sherry (changed from Cherri). She's skinnier than I am so I have to be sure she eats all her dinner. She doesn't know any human words like 'sit', 'come', 'stay', or 'down'. Mom and I will have to teach her these things so she can be as wonderful as (ahem) I am. But she has already learned one trick. When someone comes home she grabs a teddy bear to greet them, just like I do. Yesterday she got a check-up at the vet and all is OK for now. She has stinky breath, but in a month or so she'll get her teeth cleaned and then I won't faint when she breathes on me.
Sherry will be fun to hang out with as long as she understands the rules:
I am #1,
only I get to hide in the big closet,
only I get to sleep on the big bed,
only I get to go on Pet Partner visits,
only I get to woof, "Welcome home, Sherry!"