|Barked: Tue Dec 11, '07 7:01am PST |
|Morning I am so glad to be back at school my mom said I should stay home one more day so that all my friends and Miss Molly would not get sick so I stayed home yesterday! But I'm back today and I'm feeling a little better.
For Arts and Crafts, I think I'll make some place mats for Christmas Dinner and put everypups name on them so much fun.
Counting to Ten, 1 2 buckl my shoe, 3 4 close the door, 5 6 grab your sticks, 7 8 lay them straight, 9 10 start again.
Puppy Health, Make sure you go to the vets for your check-up twice a year and make sure your teeth and mouth are always clean you don't want bad breath, depending on what breed of pup you are have your owners brush your coat everyday to get rid of the loose and dead fur off you.
History, The early shepherd dogs of Germany were of several types suited to their environments. In 1889 Captain Max von Stephanitz began the standardization of the breed. It all started at a dog show in Karlsruhe in western Germany. A medium-sized yellow-and-gray wolflike dog caught his attention. The dog was of the primal canine type, supple and powerful, and possessed endurance, steadiness, and intelligence. He was a working sheepherder, born with this ability, requiring no training other than direction and finish to become proficient at the task. This dog, Hektor Linksrhein, was purchased by von Stephanitz, renamed Horand von Grafrath, and became the first registered German Shepherd Dog. The first German Shepherd Dog exhibited in America was in 1907. The first championships awarded German Shepherd Dogs was in 1913. The German Shepherd Dog Club of America's first specialty show was at Greenwich, Connecticut in 1915. In 1917, when America entered World War I, all things German became tabu. The American Kennel Club changed the name of the breed to the Shepherd Dog and the German Shepherd Dog Club of America became the Shepherd Dog Club of America. In England, the name of the breed was changed to the Alsatian.
Pawnglish, I think I'll read a book on shepherd dogs some more to learn more about the breed.
Paw painting, I run over to the paint center and put on an smock apron and begin to paint a picture for Miss Molly, It is of a gingerbread house with lots of yummy treats on it and pups playing outside. Once I have done the picture and it has dryed I hand it to Miss Molly and say Merry Christmas to you Miss Molly.
Free Time, I eat my snack and when I'm done eating my snack I go over to the computer and play some games.
Nap Time , I don't think I need a nap today for I had sleeped to much when I was not feeling to well.
Ok now I say bye to all my friends and Miss Molly and tell them I'll see them all tomorrow.
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