Hi friends. I hope you had as much fun this week as I did. I got to visit Trinity United Methodist Church's TUMPS Preschool in Marble Cliff, Ohio. I was greeted by many neat little humans and some fun human adults. My mommy read two of my favorite books and told all the young humans about me and my furry kin. I made many friends that day and they asked me to come back next year during school. Thank you TUMPS for being so nice.
I have been telling you about my little sister Lucy. This is a picture of her when she was 3 months old, hiding behind daddy's boots.
I'm so proud of my little sister. She received her Advanced Canine Good Citizen ribbon last night. This is the sister that still pulls my ears and pulls on my legs--the same one who jumped on top of me just before she left to take her tests. She said she was a good girl. Nobody asked me for my opinion.
Here is Lucy being sweet and Daddy talking to her just before she took her test to be a licensed Therapy Dog International and Advanced Canine Good Citizen.
Poor daddy looks worn out, but Lucy is now a licensed therapy dog and has one more ribbon than me. The bib says it all, yet I am so proud of my little sister.
These are my new friends from Chapter #304 of Therapy Dogs International, Inc. We were asked by this really nice lady at Ohio Wesleyan to come to Hamilton-Williams Campus Center and help the young students relieve their stress from classes and homework. We all did a great job; the students told us so with hugs , kisses and great petting.
The students texted all their friends and within minutes the place was packed with so many dog lovers. They came from everywhere. You could say it was raining young as well as older humans. That sounds better than saying raining cats and dogs. Look closely. There are dogs among all those humans.
These young folks were so nice and friendly and they smelled like many different breeds of dogs.
The young man in the grey sweatshirt was really fun and I think he missed his furry friends at home. When there were only a few people around I got to show him how to wrestle and play. He was such fun and he is my friend.
Thank you to all the young students and staff from Ohio Wesleyan for being so nice to all of us from TDI. You guys ROCK!
My job is so tough. Every morning before the show when the vendors came in to set up they would all come over and say Hi to me. Two nice ladies from Israel and a young man from Germany visited me and gave me big hugs. They missed their furry loved ones at home so I gave them kisses to make them feel better. At these shows I get to play with my friends and meet many wonderful people. This is me with my friend Amanda from Logan Heat and Air. She is so sweet and has a cute pup at home, I love Amanda.
So many humans came out to see me on Friday, Saturday and Sunday. We had a great time. People shared many pictures of their furry families and I got a lot of smooching. Many people got on the floor and played with me, petted me and gave me big hugs.
This little person and her mommy came over to say Hi and meet me and my mommy. They were so nice.
I get to kick back this week and enjoy my days off with my sister. My sister, Lucy, graduated from her TDI (Therapy Dog International) class last Monday and in three weeks she takes her Advance Canine Good Citizen test and her Therapy dog test to get her TDI license. My sister is so sweet and I am so proud of her. Yet, we can keep that a secret that she is so special to me; you know she is my pest of a little sister.
April 19th I will be on the Campus of Ohio Wesleyan University in Delaware Ohio. Like my little sister, the students are studying for their yearly finals so they can go home to their furry families and play with them for the summer. Daddy said they sometimes get stressed out and need doggie love to get them through. That is my cue: Einstein with Doggie Love anytime, any place.
Follow Einstein and his sister Lucy
As they volunteer their time with Autmow customers and many others
About the Author
I am a retired Police officer that has the great pleasure of hanging around with a wonderful furry friends, Einstein and Lucy.