so today was a change of pace. I took in Gus for a bit and all I got is that Max on steriods.........lol. poor Max. they were all intriqued with Gus antics but all agreed he acts like Max in lots of ways...... bulldogs are part pug in their background told them.
they thought it was neat he could do sign language........and they all said but we know Max is smarter he can do them too..
I think they were tied being knowing a bulldog which they all do to a PUG that comes in all the time......
they compared them back and forth the whole time.... when Max came in the first time it was the first time for most of them to see a PUG. bulldogs they all knew Gus was a english bulldog.
anyhow Gus did ok .........he is NOT Max and not the regular therapy dog there but a nice change. he was quite intriqued with all the seniors this time and did not fall alseep. but he did not make the effort to walk up and get petted. he is a bulldog and stubborn.......you come to me is his attitude..lol
oh well taking Max on sunday for a bday party for someone there and then they will all be back to normal.
Max is taking offense that he compared to this big white creature that is his brother..........hahahaha big time
kinda want to rotate some with Gus and Max to go the seniors home this year. Cindra is in season and can not go anywhere at the moment.......
A pugs world is full of play and sleep and of course good food.........
I think it's great you are so dedicated to seeing your seniors! It's obvious how much your visits mean to them and Max obviously enjoys it as well.
Just wanted to say that I think it's great that you do that for the elderly. I volunteer my time as often as I can, but it's sad how our elderly are kind of forgotten sometimes.