Congratulations Stump!

Way to go, Stump, winner of the Westminster Show last night. The ears on that old guy – maybe the best I’ve ever seen. And the whole show – is there anything better on TV? Not that I know of. I didn’t catch quite all of it, on account of when the dogs run around the circle I get a bit excited. Did you see how many treats they got? Watch how the handlers are always reaching into their pockets – that’s for treats! Can’t tell you what kind because there’s no smell on TV, one of the big drawbacks. Are they working on fixing that? Also, TV has sound but it’s not quite right. Bernie never seems bothered by that. Maybe humans don’t notice. Humans are full of surprises, but I’ve liked just about every one I’ve ever met, even some of the perps we’ve taken down.


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    As long as it’s for something nice, Tania.

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