I am sure most all ya all know that when my momma goes to work I go to Bert's place. I love it there. There are lots of other pups to play with, I even like Allred the Devil Cat. What I like most is I get to be with my bestest pal Bert. We romp and play, play ball together, just two crazy guys livin life. But it's not all high energy antics.
This happens too. After all that romping makes for some tired pups. On this particular day I am making sure my pal Bert gets some rest because he has a BIG night ahead of him and he needs to be ready and fresh and rested. Plus I have to say Bert makes the most fluffy and soft pillow ever. You might wonder why my pal Bert needs to rest. Well as you know Bert has a very lengthy resume. He is a Therapy Dog, Search and Rescue Dog, Cadaver Dog, Comfort Dog at the airport, he reads to children in schools, he visits nursing homes and veteran's homes, he also teaches children and youth how to be safe in the wilderness. And now he can add ACTOR to that impressive resume.
That's right my pal is an actor now. This week Bert was co-staring in a play! Here he is with one of the actors. He did great. And with The Sundance Film Festive in town it is only a matter of time before Hollywood takes notice of Bert.
He won the other actors over and the audience over as well. Here's Bert on the last night of the performance. My angel brother Goose would be very proud of his buddy Bert. Seems on the last night Bert dragged a log off stage. See Bert is to walks on stage and the actor on the left attaches Bert's leash to a log. That did happen but then after a little big Bert decides to drag the log away. Hahahhhahha. I say he was improvising, a great sign of a great actor. Goose would say "logs (sticks) are for dragging and chewing and rescuing not for being hook to." Hehehhhehe. That's the Bert we all know and love. I have decided that Bert will need an agent and I have stepped up and will take on that roll. Should not be to hard, all I really have to do is sit by the phone and wait for all those Hollywood types to call in asking for Bert.