A lot has happened since I last wrote,I will try to catch you up. First of all i attended all my classes for good citizenship. The hardest part for me was the stay command as I always wanted to be by my trainer, but the rest was easy, and I loved the snacks. I'm still hanging out with Diana and Patch and we have been going out to the front yard a lot to play with the dogs out there. Marie Wilson came and gave another concert with Tom Austin for Remember Me Tuesday and I got to hang out at that event also. There;s been a lot of activity recently at Act, dogs coming and going and I make sure they know who is in charge out here, heeehhee. I've met a lot of new volunteers who are helping me keep my area clean and just hang out with Diana,Patch and me. Thanks for supporting Act,we couldn't do it without everybodys help. I'm going to go wait for breakfast, I have to get in line before Diana!
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