Tuesday, July 3, 2012


 Hey! Jet here! Last Wednesday was my last time at puppy school.  It was an extra special night and we were given lots of fun things. Firstly we started with puppy play, by far my most favourite time at puppy school.  Once we were let off our leads we began to play straight away.  
 Well after all that playing we had to get down to the important business of graduating. To graduate we had to show that we could do a sit, stay and then come to our humans. Everyone there had a go and I'm pleased to say they all passed. Then it was my turn.  Ros and I walked into the middle and she told me to sit which I did very well. Then she told me to stay and she walked backwards a few feet and I didn't budge. Then I heard my name and come so I bounced over to Ros. She was very very happy with me! I thought my fur was going to fall out over the amount of kisses she gave me so I passed with flying colours. I was given a pawesome certificate and a bag of goodies. The bag had lots of cool things in it like treats and a ball. Plus lots of things for Ros to look at like obedience schools and other things.  I shall miss puppy school and all the friends that I made but I'm sure to make many more very soon. Here is my Graduation Certificate and me posing with it.                      


  1. Jet we enjoyed seeing you at puppy school and congratulations on your graduation. Have a good Tuesday!
    Best wishes Molly

  2. Congratulation on your graduation Jet! What is next?

    Your friends,

    Murphy and Stanley

  3. yeah JET- congratulations!!! woof-barf-arf! thank for sharing all you adventures. say hi to Milo, now he can teach you the "bog dog" tricks and lessons.

  4. Congratulations on your graduation! Now you're ready for all kinds of adventures in the doggy world.
    Woofs & licks

  5. Congrats on graduating!

    Stop on by for a visit

  6. Jet, you champion! Way to go!!! I can't wait to have my graduation. :)



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