Brendan Aiello

Video of Shenzi & I @ The Peninsula Humane Society

Hi Everyone,

Just noticed that it’s been a while since anyone has posted on the blog. I’m guessing it’s due to the recent buzz in the local real estate market that is making business pick up.

I’ve been putting in a lot of effort towards work so I decided to focus some energy on the “greater good”. I am a huge animal lover; especially dogs. However, due to working long hours and having a home that is currently unsuitable for pets. I decided to start volunteering at the Peninsula Humane Society. It’s truly been an amazing and rewarding experience.

Anyhow, I have only put in about 5 hours there and have already been caught on video tape. Here is a short video of a dog currently available to adopt, Shenzi. In the background you will see me bribing Shenzi with treats around the agility course.

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This article was written and is the opinion of Brendan Aiello of Team Tapper. Nothing in this article reflects the views, opinions, thoughts, practices, etc. of The Peninsula Humane Society (PHS) or any of its affiliates.

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