Wednesday, March 31, 2010

Such a Busy Life!

Wow, folks, we're not in OHIO anymore! My life in Kansas is full of fun events!

OK, well. As you can see, I received my first Kansas bath. Imagine! There was running water and everything! Who knew? Mark and Deb were so pleased with how it went. They put this little mat where I like to take my naps in the bottom of the tub so I wouldn't slide around. The water was just right, and I got to eat kibble too! I was like ...Cleodogtra!

I got out, dried off, and Mark and Deb were so pleased with themselves. I had to take them down a peg or while they were high-fiving, I, uh...relieved myself on the floor! Humble Pie!

Yesterday, I was boarded with one of Jeb's friends, Mona...she happens to be a vet. I'm a little young, but CCI gave them permission, because it was a big day. Deb was coordinating an Assistance Dog Exhibition as part of K-State For All! Disability Awareness Week. ALL of my CCI friends got to go...Donner, Cassio, Rona, Fala, Fancy, Santiago, Brie, Benita...did I miss anyone? Some of the humans were there, too, of course.

I guess it was a BUSY day. They arrived at the Student Union at 10:30 or so, and did a meet-n-greet from 11-12. Then, Santiago, Rona, Fancy and Fala got to strut their stuff on stage with a real program from 12-1. Everyone ate at Salsarita's, and then some folks went to do a radio interview and some folks did television interviews! I hang out with such famous folks! Anyway, you can read more about it:

Deb said she'll post additional items, including the interviews and such when they come out.

I can't wait for tomorrow!


  1. Dude, what's up with those ears? It looks like the Big Guy is trying to look like a Great Dane!

    Scooby Doo

  2. Uncle Scoob,
    I thought he was impersonating a blood hound!

    Scrappy Doo

  3. Oh my gosh - how pitifully cute. And holy smokes it sounds like a busy day - hope it went great!

  4. That puppy is too cute for words (and Mark too!). Keep posting as we are getting a big kick out of the story in Central Oregon.


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