This was a typical March with lots of variety in the weather -I played in the snow and the sun and ended the month enjoying the spring flowers.

A first for me this month was going to a bowling alley – all I can say is that it was noisy! Maybe not my favourite place to spend time.

Night Quest was held in Pacific Spirit Park, and there were some curious additions to one of the walks that I often take. It looked like it might be a big dog friend, but up close was not that interesting after all.

This was a big month for birthdays in my raiser’s family, so we all went out to several restaurants for some dinners. I had a quiet time during these nights, despite all the good smells.

PADS was an official charity for the BC Dental Association at the Pacific Dental conference, so I spent a few hours being an ambassador at the booth and getting lots of attention. I even got my teeth brushed there, but sorry – no pictures from this event.

This month, I’ve been focusing on adding duration and distractions with my cues and playing a lot of optimism-boosting games. One major event for this month – I did my public access test and found out that I will be going for advanced training in May, which will be very exciting!

Submitted by: Christine