Things are just cruising along nicely this week. Dad has been busy with his Photography class and clients, Mom is preparing to be interviewed on TV, and I have been experiencing this thing called Easter. Boy do I wish I could we could have that everyday. Today all of us got up early and went for a long walk by the beach and Santa Monica Pier. I love all the attention from my fan base. I was a little frustrated that Dad would not let me run and chase these things he called rats with wings. I think they are called pigeons and they would just taunt me by walking all around me and slowly just out of leash reach.
Because of this special day, the parental units gave me a new food to try out called Nulo, which I might add is not only very healthy but also rather tasty. I hear they may be letting me have more of it. But everything has to pass mom’s test of health.
Plus I continue to get my daily dose of marrowbones, which I cannot complain about. When I nudge dad with my noise making toys he asks me if I need a baby-sitting snack? OF COURSE I DO! I am the equivalent to the canine garbage disposal. I love the snacks and treats. However, I still get into trouble if I try to do a self-service snack on the counter.
On a bummer note, my aunty Francine, at “the Day’s” that Dad nicknamed for my puppy daycare at Centinela Pet and Supplies, found a owie on my toe. Dad is making me go to see my vet Dr. Annie Hernandez at Santa Monica Pet Center tomorrow. She took good care of my predecessor the famous George. It’s a good things she’s nice and sweet since I’m like most men in that I don’t like going to the doctor. I guess I have to be thankful I have nice people watching out for my every need. I love you Aunty Francine.
OK people, sending you bunny thoughts and chocolate kisses.
Sounds like your training of your parental unit is coming along swimmingly. Appears your Dad is the BIG softy when it comes to getting what you want. I’ve been accused of that at the DuffyZoo. I guess it must be a Dad thing.
Yes, Uncle Pat. Mom is stricter with me than Dad. Can’t wait to meet you!
Happy Easter Perry- I happen to know that your humans are quite happy to have their very own Big Easter Puppy to take care of!
love, Auntie Chris