Tuesday, November 12, 2019

Pre-Sport Puppy Class


First of all let me tell you that I 
Hilda
am doing wonderful!
Mom is amazed at how well I have healed from my big girl surgery. Both Angel Greta and Mabel
 had reactions to their sutures but not me! 
My incision looks totally healed and I feel great!


In September and October 
Mom & I went to Pre-Sport Puppy Class


This is me on the puppy sized A Frame


It was a really fun class!

Next week I get to start going with Mabel on Monday nights
The winter session classes will be starting!


We are the PugRanch Kids
Mabel & Hilda

17 comments:

  1. Well done my little huggy puggy. I love your blue platform you are sanding on.
    It looks like a bone.
    Hugs cecilia

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  2. We're glad to know you're having fun and are doing well.

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  3. Wahoo!! How fun to be able to go to class with your sister!!
    xoxo,
    Rosy, Jakey & Arty

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  4. Oh boy, I can't wait to hear about your adventures!

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  5. Hari OM
    You and Mabel together will be quite the Pug-force to deal with at those classes!!! Hugs and wags, YAM-aunty xxx

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  6. You and Mabel will be having lots of fun together, Hilda, and we are so happy that you aced your big girl surgery!

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  7. It's good to hear you are healing so well Hilda. We bet you will have fun at your next class.

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  8. that are wonderful news !!! and we wish you tons of fun in your next class

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  9. Bet you got an A+ on your report card!

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  10. The puppy sized A Frame looks like fun, and just your size, Hilda. Isn't it great fun doing things with your Mom!? XOX Xena

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  11. Oh my gosh! Going to class with your big sister is going to be so much fun. XXOO

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  12. So glad you healed up all nicely! How fun you gets to go to class wif Mabel. Ya'll will has da bestest time fur sure :)

    xoxo,
    Matt & Matilda

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