Saturday, November 26, 2011

Welcome PBU-ers

Today, I'll be featured on PBU and it's an honor. I'd like to thank Pam and Oskar for giving me the opportunity to meet other dog-lovers like myself. Oh, I love cats, too! I've just gotten home after staying with my sister for more than 2 weeks so I've been a little offline within that time. 

For those I've missed, I and my dogs will make it up to you. I know even Shark ( my dead doggy) would've wagged his tail in agreement as well.

I'm glad I am back with my pack and so far so good. Back to training Milk and creating better ways to improve my doggies' lifestyles. 


  1. Nice blog you have! I saw u on the PBU page. Arf arf! :)

  2. Hi Haopee-
    Nice to meet you! We saw you over at PBU. We can see why your dogs love you :D

    Wyatt and Stanzie

  3. Hi - Just stopping by to say hello! I enjoyed reading your post over at PBU!

    Your pal, Pip

  4. Hi! We are Milly and Shelby, your newest followers! Our Mom is impressed with your desire to improve the lives of dogs where you live. We saw at PBU that one of your pups had mange. We had mange when we were puppies, too. We had to get "dipped" to get rid of it. It was awful!
    ~Milly and Shelby

  5. Hi there. I've come on over from PBU. I have subscribed to your blog through Google Reader. I'm looking forward to seeing some alternative culture attitudes to dogs that may come through in your blog.

  6. Just stopping by to say hi from PBU. Defiantly adding your blog to my blog roll!
    Kisses and Tail Wags,
    Dachshund Nola

  7. Hey there!
    sorry about shark, that is very sad.
    our names are yuki and rocket and we're glad we found on PBU!! I think its very interesting reading how people treat dogs in other countries, even if it's badly, at least someone like you cares enough to shed a light on the situation. we're now a new follower, and look forward to reading more posts. ;)

    yuki and rocket

  8. Hey everyone. Thank you for visiting my blog. It's nice to hear from other people all over the world.

    Yes, we do treat dogs differently. And housetraining is not a thought so often to them. It's a nice thing that most street dogs have the innate sense to keep their homes clean.


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