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Trainer Trent

On Saturday we went to some dog Olympics. Alden and I didn't think it was very interesting so we fell asleep in the stroller. Alden woke up during the police dog demo and he was crabby.

I'm working on my grasp. Mom will put a rattle in my hand and I'll grab on and wave it around. It is a great workout and my newest trick.

I'm helping coach Mom on her jogging. I give her some extra weight to push for a bonus challenge. I smile at her to keep her motivated. Today we went to a park for our group training session. There were a lot of other Moms there. Dad and Alden went to the play ground while I watched the blue sky and leaves go by from the stroller.


Trent's rattle workout.
Trainer Trent on the job.

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