I have not posted many pictures of Blaze latley. He and I have been busy bees, with camping alot cottages ect So there is alot of pictures. And probably even more typing lol. So first off, I took Blaze to the fundrasier we held last Sunday. It was a great day we raised just under $500.00 bucks, which is alright, we wanted to get more. But it was the first year we held it, so next year may be better. For the life of me I can not find the pictures I took. I think I erased them before I could upload them, thinking I already put them on the computer. Blaze did sooo well at the fundrasier. I just tied him up behind me as I was just sitting at the nail clipping table. If a dog would walk up I would be right there. At one point he scared the crap out of a pug and his owner. When blaze wants to play with a dog, he is VERY vocal about it. Somthing about this pug really got to him, he was jumping around on his leash pl;ay bowing to the pug, who was scared to death, then started barking at the pug. The owner who obviously can not read dog body language though Blaze was trying to kill his poor pug. So no pictures of this event. My mom and I decided to go don town toronto to the harborfront last week. They have a new place that just opened this summer called "Pawsway discovery center" it was a neat little place. they had a resturant there for people and dogs (and cats if you dare bring a cat to somthing like this. Although I was tempted to bring marley, I should have. There was no one else int he place but my mom and I, and the people that worked there, Probably becuase it was 2pm on a weekday), and served dog treats and water to the dogs. a agility room/park, a hall of fame for animals that rescued their owners. And a dog/cat information booth. Pretty neat place, it was fun, and free, cant beat that lol herding dog. A doggy water fountain. The small agility court. This is how all the walls pretty much looked. In this picture you can see a horse, he is the only horse to be put in the purina hall of fame, and this dates back to the 60's. You can read all the stories on the purna website.