On Saturday Oct 27, 2018 at the BC and Alberta Guide Dogs and Autism Support Dogs (BCAGD & ASD) puppy raising party I gave a cheque for $ 2,500 to bring the donation to the goal of $5,000 from the fence projects. This $5,000 gives me the opportunity to name a puppy after my dad. And a puppy has been named. Little Bertie.(My dad was Herbert (Bert) Joseph Halsey)My dad said I capture the spirit of the dog in their eyes. He was my biggest fan.He will be very happy smiling down on me . .I also have a great niece who is on the autism spectrum and the family will be happy that we are supporting this cause.The fence not only helps raise money for puppy sponsorship it also brings more awareness to the importance of BCAGD and ASD and the puppy raising program.The fence also promotes the importance of all dogs in our lives. People love it. Dog people love cats too and cats became included.Because of the fence, I started my own society called Citizen Canine Companion (CCC). The purpose of this society is to promote the importance of dogs (and cats too) in our lives and for our well being. Love on Paws. My paintings hang in many homes, and make many people happy. I saw a long red fence while walking my dog Smyth in my neigbourhood. And now there are over 100 faces on two long fences in New Westminster, all painted by me, as if they were on canvas hanging in homes. The fences have raised more than $7,800 as of October 28, 2018.80% of net funds raised is for the BC and Alberta Guide dogs and Autism Support Dogs. 20% will help Citizen Canine Companion continue to promote the importance of dogs (and cats) in our society. Thank you to everyone who participated and to everyone that enjoys my fences on their walks. I have more than reached my first goal, and started on the next one.I will continue with more fences and continue to donate to dog and cat related charities and societies. I have a small fence with room for 10 on it ready to start. Just up from Cherry lane. As some of you know I have also written a book about the first fence. I plan to write another book about the second. Stay tuned for more, including a picture of the puppy named Bertie.