Prep Mach 2+

As you can see Ms. Zulu is helping me train for the Mach 2+ event in France. I got lots of practice in yesterday. Boy oh boy, it’s loads of fun.

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Go, go, go, Benji!

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First, we’ll do some straight runs

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Then we’ll practice some twists and turns

Happy Sunnyday,
B

MI-2

A quick update. At the moment I am pretty busy preparing for my second Mission Impossible (MI-2). Since I get a lot of questions about my new line of work, I thought that I would explain, to the extent possible, what I do. Most of it is classified, but I can at least try to describe the general gist. My assistant just finished updating my resume too, so take a peek (click here) for a short overview of what I do.

M (Mom) is the head of SIS (Super Individual Service) where I work. She determines my assignments and supervises my work. Both M and I are at headquarters a lot to prepare for my missions. I am not only trained at headquarters but also off-site. It’s a nice mix of different types of training and locations which prepare me well for my super-secret-missions. While I’m training and on special missions, I wear my special camo-suit. On a mission I also wear my magic blue harness. This harness opens doors to alternative realities that otherwise remain closed to us canines. For very special occasions, I wear a red bow tie. It has been speculated that it enhances the magic power of my blue harness. I am in the process of testing this theory.

My tools are either fabricated or modified at headquarters. Q is the tinkerer, he gives technical advice or modifies tools as needed. The Super-Screwdriver (S-SD) that I am showing in the photos above is a tool that I recently learned to use. It is not to be confused with Doctor Who’s Sonic Screwdriver. You have to be really careful with the S-SD. A turn to the left unscrews the world. However, a wrong turn to the right (yeah I know it is counterintuitive that’s what makes it so hard) and you screw up the world even more. And that my friends is definitely not advisable considering the current state of affairs. Hmmm, what else? Ah, Ms. Zulu adds that I am well known for my fast handshakes left and right and hugs that are as sweet as honey. Oh, and I love a good chase. OK, I have to go now. Have a great week, spread some hugs while you are on a roll.

0011 a.k.a. B

GEEEE-HAWW

Wow, that was close. I went to the vet today with my big sister. Before we even got started, we were weighed. I certainly didn’t see that one coming. If I would have, I would have skipped today’s breakfast. But luckily all went well, even without taking any precautions. Doc said that both Ms. Zulu and I are at a good weight and have a strong heart. Doc even gave me kudos (also real ones!) for keeping Ms. Zulu sharp and fit. This means that we a) do not need to go on a diet anytime soon; yeah, bring on those extra treats! And b) that we can keep chasing each other. So that’s what we did once we got home. 

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Hey, wait!

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Where’re you going?

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Can you catch me?

Happy running, and if you do have to run in circles with the holidays coming up and all, make them big so you won’t get dizzy.

Puppy kisses, Benji