I can’t express to you, my Loyal and faithful “dog-blog” fans, how much of a changed dog I am. In the several weeks that I have been here in Florida at the Florida K-9 Training Academy; I am now in tip-top shape. As a matter of fact, with the special diet I have received in conjunction with a precise exercise program, I am in the best physical condition of my life. I completely dominated my peers in both classroom study and field training exercises. I have been told I am once again graduating #1 in my class, making this my second “Magna Bark Loudly” designation in 2 different disciplines; termite and bedbug detection. I am the first to do this in the Academy’s history. I am now in the beginning stages of composing the commencement speech that I will be giving at our graduation ceremony.
As you can imagine, I am very anxious to get home and be with my family, my brother dog, Murdock, and get back to work at Loyal Termite and Pest Control. I really miss all the Loyal employees as well. Daddy Nick and Mama Gena, however; have insisted I take some time off before I get back to work. I do admit it will be nice not having to get up at 5:00 am for that 2-mile run/walk followed by a 100-yard all-out dash, and in my doggie bed and lights out by 8:30 pm.
Many of you have asked about Buster or Little “B” as I call him. You also know I have been mentoring him since the first day he arrived. He has not let me down. He is going to graduate 2nd in our class and will be an excellent bedbug detective. He said he is going to stay in touch with me in order to hone his writing skills so one day he too can have a weekly blog and a column in his company’s newsletter. I have to say, he really looks up to me. We’ve become great friends and Daddy Nick said on occasion he is more than welcome to come up for a visit. Little “B” is excited about that.
During the time I have remaining here, my bedbug class is just running through all kinds of real-life case situations where bedbugs are planted and we go in and find them. With these repetitive exercises, bedbugs won’t have a chance when any of us start working as full-time bed bug detectives.
Like I said, it’s all downhill from here. You know whatever is happening, I’ll be sure to report back to you. Once I find out when we are to graduate, you all will be the first to know, so stay tuned for next week’s “What’s Buggin’ You?”.
I just can’t wait to get back to Richmond and start bragging again about our city’s favorite pest control company; Loyal Termite and Pest Control.
When it comes to termite and pest control; Hunter says,
“If you got ‘em, we’ll get ‘em!”
I’ll bark at you later, Ruff! Ruff!
Hunter’s Florida Training Academy Update – All Goals Reached; It’s All Down Hill from Here in Virginia
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