Cupid-Bert

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3 Responses to “Cupid-Bert”

  1. Bert Says:

    Bert is perfect. He is so smart and sweet and funny. He started “puppy pre-k” and is the star pupil and is always used for demonstrations by the trainer. Even when it is cold, he loves to be outside playing with his soccer ball or branches he finds and likes to carry. He is getting almost too big to carry – but I still am trying to treat him like a baby. My 3-year old is obsessed with Bert and his whereabouts every waking moment.

  2. Bert Says:

    Bert is around 60 pounds now and is a joy. His fur is black, but he has developed some white hairs on his face so his face looks more grayish or silver when his face is clipped short. You can’t see it in the photos. It makes him look mature! He has the cutest big black freckle on his tongue (which you can see in the photo with my son). The second photo is Bert after he received his summer haircut and while he spent the day at doggie day care. He is as cute as ever and happier for the summer heat, even with the bad haircut. We’ll need to figure out a better look next time!

    He is so good with the kids and loves to go out in the backyard and play baseball with them. The retriever genes certainly came through! He is friendly and good-natured with everyone and he equally loves playing in the yard or snuggling. People always stop me to ask about him. They usually think he is a Portuguese Water Dog and I have to explain how a golden doodle can be black!

  3. Bert Says:

    Bert is perfect. He is so smart and sweet and funny. He started “puppy pre-k” and is the star pupil and is always used for demonstrations by the trainer. His house training is going very well and he now enjoys his crate! Even when it is cold, he loves to be outside playing with his soccer ball or branches he finds and likes to carry. He is getting almost too big to carry – but I still am trying to treat him like a baby. My 3-year old is obsessed with Bert and his whereabouts every waking moment. Last week, he begged to have Bert join him in the bathtub (which I didn’t think would work so we didn’t try!!!)

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