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I thought I'd just give you a quick update. Maggie (Mary - adopted in August) is doing very well. She has become more affectionate and playful as time has gone by.

We go for a short walk in the morning before I go to work - we have a specific route and she is accustomed to following that route. As well just before bed we have a different short specific route to walk, and again she seems happy with that. In the evening when I get home from work we go for our long walk. We have various routes and mix it up to keep it interesting. Unfortunately, all of our weekday walks lately have been in the dark but that will improve once we get out of December.

She and the cat have settled in together and give each other some grudging respect. I get a very enthusiastic greeting when I get home in the evening and after jumping around and barking for a bit she runs into the living room to shake the living daylights out of her favourite toy - a Skinnez raccoon.

We've made a few trips to the Bruce Pit dog park in Ottawa. At one of these there was a fund raiser for the Bytown Association of Recued Kanines (BARK) where I got the attached picture done. She doesn't have a very happy look on her face because she HATES having her picture taken. I think she associates the camera with a flash and the flash with lightening which she's afraid of.

I just wanted to let you know things are going well and wish you a happy holiday season.

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