Isis and Bear have been out of town for a while and today was their first lesson again. They hardly missed a beat!
Watch Isis with one of her unique “skills” which I named “LIZARD”. She makes this funny growly sound and then sticks out her tongue. It makes me happy and I hope you enjoy watching it too!
Bear, whom I started on keyboards as part of his physiotherapy , is now playing for his enjoyment!
Only an hour later I was able to clumsily capture Buddy doing his favorite trick: TRASH CAN!!!!
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