Saturday, December 22, 2012

Doggy Christmas Greetings from Us to You

We would like to greet everyone (dogs, cats and peeps alike) a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. May you and your family have a great 2013 ahead of you.

Once again, thank you for being part of our lives. We hope to spend another year with you in this wonderful community.

P.S. We have started our Christmas break early, so see you around after the 27th.
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Friday, December 14, 2012

A Beautiful Friendship is What We Have With All of You

This year, a lot of things have happened. We have received so much - from heartwarming comments to beautiful personalized cards to tiny packages in the the mail. We thank all of you for this.

We recently won a very pretty LED collar from Lisa of DogsnPawz. Since it's only open for US residents, we decided to have it sent to Bella.

Beauty is when you give something special to someone special and they look pretty wearing it. 

We would like to thank My Favorite Petshop for sponsoring Lisa's Giveaway that had us won the LED collar.

Each buyer has a personal account where they can track the items' whereabouts. 
Their site also sends the tracking number for the shipment to update their customers of the purchased product's current status.

Flea from Dog Treat Web also sent us a Kong keychain which we got from the mail last week. It's now hanging safely beside my clicker keychain.

Thanks, Flea. I promise to never call you using your old lady name!

This blog hop is brought to you by Sugar. She's not only hosting this "This Moment See Beautiful" blog hop but for each one who joins the hop, Sugar will be donating $1 (up to $100!) to St. Anne's Center, The Lantern House : Pet Area!

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Monday, December 10, 2012

Mischief Monday: Catching Up

Well, this is more of an update rather than a separate Mischief Monday post. Of course, we will be tackling multiple mischievous events including my non-stop cough.

Mischief 1: I am still sick. After 3 days of body chills and aches, my sickness has died down to a non-stop cough-a-thon. SO WHO LET THE DOGS OUT?

Mischief 2: Guess who's up to mischief? My housemates! The mailman actually dropped by our house last December 5 with three letters from the card exchange list. My housemates didn't accept the mail because they weren't familiar with the names on the list... I mean, DUH, WHO WOULD SEND MAILS TO CHOOEY, RIGHT?

Mischief 3: I almost lost track of the awards being given to me by Lisa of DogsnPawz. Cotton also gave a very sweet award. THANK YOU TO THE BOTH OF YOU.

Before we go to those awards, here's a short intermission number from my one and only Chooey.

Back to our regular programming...

This Super Sweet Blogging Award is from our good old friend Lisa of DogsNPawz
The rules of this award state that...
  1. Give credit to the blog which nominated you.
  2. Answer the “Super Sweet” Questions.  
  3. Pass award on to a baker’s dozen. 

Cookies or Cake? Cake!
Chocolate or vanilla?  Chocolate
What is your favorite sweet treat?  Polvoron! It's a Filipino delicacy made of milk, peanuts(sometimes) and peanut butter. (You could click on the link for its homemade recipe.)
When do you crave sweet things? Ask and I'll have to kill you
If you had a sweet nickname what would it be?  Chocolate (for Buchi), why? Because he's deadly and lethal.

I'm using the "Sick Card" for the Baker's dozen for now.

The Friendly Blogger Award was given to us by Cotton  and we'd like to thank HIM for that.
Phew! Finally, we are back in business. I hope I don't miss Wordless Wednesday. In the mean time, please drop by Snoops blog as his Mischief Master Class is now on paperback.

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Friday, December 7, 2012

Guest Post: Top Tips to Keep Your Pet Dog in Good Health

Dear Bloggy Friends,

We are currently "out-of-order" due to being sick. First, it was my older niece, then my younger niece, and then, yours truly. I'm still trying to combat the viral infection that's causing my flu so please bear with me if I haven't visited your blogs for a while now.

In the mean time, for those visiting this blog for dog information... here's an article to file in your brain bank.

Top Tips To Keep Your Pet Dog in Good Health

Every good dog owner wants their pet to be happy and healthy. However, those who have just adopted a new dog may be unsure as to how to do this. In this article, we cover the basic steps you'll need to take to keep your dog in good health.

Regular Veterinary Care

The foundation of your dog's health is high quality vet care. Find a locally based vet that you trust and arrange regular visits. Standard health checkups should be carried out by your vet every six months for adult dogs, whilst puppies and senior dogs will require more frequent visits. Dogs age at a faster rate than humans and so as they get older, tend to develop symptoms associated with old age, such as joint and heart problems, much more quickly. It is essential to develop a good relationship with your local vet, so that you can discuss any potential health problems with them and nip any issues in the bud.

Image Courtesy of Eva Holmes
Good Nutrition

Nutrition is fundamental for keeping your pet healthy. Much like with humans, a dog's diet has a direct affect on their energy levels, weight, skin and hair, as well as their digestive system. Invest in high quality dog foods made by a reputable company such as Kattunge. Once you find the food that best suits the needs of your pet, make sure to use that food consistently, as changes in diet can cause upset stomachs and general ill health in dogs. If you have a young dog and are still trying to determine which type of dog food is most suitable for them, feed them one type for three to six weeks and watch how they react. For instance, how does their coat look? It should be quite glossy in most cases, but not greasy. Their energy levels should also be noted; a decrease in energy may indicate some problem.

Routine Exercise

It's all too common for dog owners to underestimate how much exercise their pet needs in order to stay healthy. According to pet care experts from Kattunge, it's often the case that behavioural are misdiagnosed, when the issue is actually just surplus energy. If you find your dog is chewing up the furnishings and running around the house all of the time, consider whether they could do with an extra long walk each day. Their exercise needs will vary depending on the age, size and breed of dog that you have, but generally speaking, between one and two hours each day is recommended.

Dental Care

Dental care for dogs is something which is often neglected until owners get a whiff of bad breath. Tartar and plaque build up can lead to serious health problems and costly vet visits. Don't wait until you begin to see signs of gum disease to do something   make sure to take care of your dog's teeth before any such issues arise; you can feed them dental treats, use oral rinses or brush their teeth. You vet will also be able to advise you on how to keep your pet's teeth in good condition. From time to time, you may need to take your dog for a professional cleaning.


Eva Holmes writes regularly for a range of pet health care blogs, magazines and websites. She owns three dogs herself and so has personal interest in dog health, preferring to use only the top pet food brands, like Kattunge.

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Saturday, December 1, 2012

Dog News Friday: Trigger Happy Police Killing Innocent Dog

A few months ago, I posted about the Border Collie mix who was shot by a policeman after being mistaken for a Pitbull. ( Yeah, right! And Molly is the queen of England!).

Well, it doesn't stop here, folks! Recently another news pertaining to police brutality (and STUPIDITY, if you ask me) has emerged.

According to 9News, the dog named Chloe was tased, noosed and shot to death. The story began when a neighbor called 9-1-1 to report an unknown dog in the neighborhood. According to Kenny Collins, he did not expect something like this to happen as he just wanted the loose Chloe to be taken away. While they were trying to decide what to do with the dog, Chloe just sat there. But then, they tased her... and used a catch pole (which she tried to break loose from)... and got shot multiple times.

What made this story worst is that the cops had the audacity to justify their action by saying that they were attacked reason why they had to do what they did. Unfortunately for them, someone was filming what actually transpired that day.

Warning: This video is graphic.

You can read more about it here: Commerce City Police answer questions about dog killed on Saturday

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Wednesday, November 28, 2012

Almost Wordless Wednesday: Doggy Hates Bath

P.S. We are done with our Christmas card exchange list. Hopefully, it will reach all 78 recipients in time ^^. Now, I can catch up with my online and offline duties again. See you in your blogs!

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Friday, November 23, 2012

Dog Book Review: Spott's Canine Miscellany by Mark Darton

Hey, folks. I am once again proud to say that I've finished one of the dog books in my so-called mini-dog library. Spott's Canine Miscellany by Mark Darton makes a wonderful coffee table book.  This said, I am glad I've finished reading the entire 93 pages of dog trivia and facts. 

Spott's Canine Miscellany by Mark Darton Front Cover
The dog book contains dog related trivia, facts, medical and behavioral explanations, poems, short stories, sayings and terms that a dog lover should know about. 

When it comes to reading about dog trivia, Spott's Canine Miscellany may just be the book for you.

For instance, did you know that...

  • Statistically speaking, female dog bites are twice as many as male dog bites.
  • Dogs circle 3 times on average before they settle down in their resting spot. This is probably the reason why most dog beds are round-shaped.
  • Dog tail-wagging isn't instinct. They learn this behavior during their first social encounters (most often from their mothers and siblings). By 7 weeks of age, puppies will have learned tail signals which is a necessary skill to be able communicate with others.

Spott's Canine Miscellany even has its own special black ribbon bookmark. 

I just love that I was able find this doggy treasure in a second hand book store

This book cost me $0.40. 

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Wednesday, November 21, 2012

Almost Wordless Wednesday: Dog De-Stress Ball

Nowadays, both humans and canines find a common purpose for stress balls.

De-Stressing with a Stress Ball

The camera just loves Rin too much that it creates its own photo lighting.
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Saturday, November 17, 2012

Silly Saturday: PUPPIES in TEXT!!!

A friend of mine shared this link recently. It's hilariously adorable and I had to try it out.

Just look at this marvelous piece of art.
You can spell anything in Puppy TextFeel free to drop by their site and have a blast typing in puppy letters.

I haven't blogged much due to my offline family duties. Fortunately, I am halfway done sending out my Christmas cards.

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Friday, November 9, 2012

Breaking Dog News: Shih Tzu Falls Two Stories High SURVIVES!

I was supposed to continue my dog news segment but then...something happened just awhile ago. You wouldn't believe it! I couldn't believe it myself either!!!

Last Wednesday, I had mentioned about The Climb. It's my poetic way of saying "I'm FREAKING OUT by their stairs adventure!"

Stairs to the Third Floor
Back to my stress-ridden news.... Remember when I mentioned Chooey's doggie stairs adventures? She loves playing with Rin on the third floor (like Whitey!). 

Long story short, Chooey was getting down these stairs when she SLIPS...TUMBLES... THUDS... FALLS from the SECOND FLOOR STAIRS...DOWN TO THE FIRST FLOOR STAIRS... and gives all of us a HEART ATTACK!

Please refer to the following exhibits.
Our help was trembling and I was speechless trying to fathom what I was supposed to do in case anything bad happened. Images of the vet clinic and how my darling little shih tzu was fairing drove me crazy as I sped down the stairs! Nobody reacted bad which was a good sign. I asked the second help where Chooey was, she simply said "outside"-as if everything was fine. I opened the door and saw our first help carrying the wagging little dog back to the second floor.

I have leashed her for the night because of the fear that it may happen again.
"What the HELL Chooey," I wanted to scream; half-relieved, half-breathless. I heard a series of thuds and a tiny dog yelp but she was OKAY! The dog who fell from the second floor, tumbled and fell on two flights stairs, landed on the ground was left unscathed.

I am thankful that nothing happened to her... so much for Dog News Friday.

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Wednesday, November 7, 2012

Wordy Wednesday: The Climb

For those of you who are familiar with Miley Cyrus, The Climb is of one her songs. My niece will be singing it on her birthday so we've been practicing it over and over and over and over and over again. If you want to sing with us, feel free to use this Youtube karaoke video as your reference.

Sing with us, folks.

In the mean time, what does "The Climb" have to do with the dogs? This...

Those stairs go to the third floor. That's Whitey! Chooey also goes to the  3rd floor on her own volition.

Why you may ask is this a big deal? Here are two reasons:

Reason 1: There's supposed to be stairs between the 1st and 2nd floor (so the area directly under the stairs in the picture is open). One wrong step can send anyone falling to the ground.

Reason 2: Chooey and Buchi can come down those stairs very quickly. Whenever I catch them going down, I hold my breath because they might go beyond the railings!

P.S. Austin's human has mentioned that she's getting directed to another site when posting a comment here. If you're also experiencing the same problems, kindly inform me through my contact form or email me so I could isolate the problem.

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Monday, November 5, 2012

Mischief Monday: A Spoiled Little Shih Tzu

Remember when I said that no dogs were allowed inside of the house where I am currently living at? Well, guess what?

Chooey is showcasing her temporary getaway.
Apparently, the cute ones are an exception to the rule.

Somebody gets a free pass to wake up the kids. 
And since my bed is tatami-like, Chooey gets first dibs on my toes. 

Edit: I have recently heard of Suka's passing. And it pains me to have missed this news that has affected K and my friends so much. For those of you who hadn't heard, please drop by their blog to share some comforting words.

Snoopy's Dog Blog

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Wednesday, October 31, 2012

Wordless Wednesday: A Shih Tzu Halloween

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Friday, October 26, 2012

Dog News Friday: Dog Poisoning

Today is another segment of our Dog News Friday. I only have two news to share and it's all related to dog poisoning. Let me just warn you that one is really really bad and the other is dog gone good.

1. Massive Dog Poisoning in Moscow, Russia. This news was posted last September 21, 2012. So I'm a little late in informing you guys. According to the news, 40 to 70 cases of dog poisoning has been noted by the police that same week. The Russian police opened a criminal investigation because of it. But it wouldn't be a surprise if nobody got convicted. Out of the 9 cases in 2011 (yes, ONLY 9), only one got a convicted. 

What makes this news more alarming are this so called dog killers who actually have dog hunting forums. (YES, DOG HUNTING FORUMS!). In these forums, they post pictures of their dog kills, how they kill the dogs, what they use to kill them and where to buy the stuff they use to kill the dogs. A well-known dog hunting forum's owner reasons out that they are simply a "keeper of peace".

To read more about this particular post, drop by the Huffington Post.

2. Ethan the Jack Russel Terrier Found Poisoned and Buried Survives. Some dogs are just born lucky. Take Ethan, for instance. He was buried after being poisoned. This lucky dog was dug out by a man who saw the ground "wiggle" because he was seizing (one of the poison's effect).  He was near lifeless when the man dug him out. Firefighters came to his rescue and brought him to the veterinarian who nursed him back to life.

Details of this post can be found here.

That's all for now. Thank you for dropping by today. Have a happy Friday.

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Thursday, October 25, 2012

Wordless Wednesday: Bang!

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Monday, October 22, 2012

Mischief Monday: Evuhl Evuhl Human!

Dog grooming can come in different styles. Shih Tzus, for example, often have topknots on their head.  Others have their long shih tzu beards tied on. If it were up to me, I'd just leave it alone. But it weren't... 

What the hell, human?!?
My sister decided to comb Chooey's beardie. And no, that wasn't enough for her!

 Poor Chooey's getting her beardie pony-tailed.

Injustice! My life in this beautiful home is HORRIBLE. Help me, anyone!
My sister thought she looked cute with ponytails on her beardie. Poor Chooey doesn't look happy at all -_-.

Now, we're even! Justice has prevailed.

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Friday, October 19, 2012

Dog News Friday: Amazing Mother Dogs

So I've decided to add a new segment into the blog regarding some amazing dog stories I've read this past week.

This particular post will pertain to some wonderful mother dogs who are simply awe-inspiring.

1. Dog Mom Saves Her Pups from Burning Building. I recently read about a dog who saved her puppies from a burning building. She carried them one by one from the affected area they were in unto the fire truck. Unfortunately, one of her puppies, named Amparo, who suffered severe burns wasn't able to make it.

Read more about it in the Huffington Post.

2. Mother Dog Saves Pup Struggling in the Pool. It's a short ABC news video where the pup is struggling to get out of the water and the mother tries to push him/her up. When that didn't work, the Golden Retriever mom gets out of the pool and pulls the puppy out of the water.

You can find the video at the ABC News website.

3. Stray Mother Dog Takes Care of a Human Baby Like Her Own Puppy. Now this one in particular was very heartwarming. The story has been published a long time ago (2005 to be exact). An abandoned baby, inside a plastic bag, was crying in the forest of Nairobi, Kenya. Nobody heard this baby except for a mother dog who decided to bring the baby into her litter and take care of the little one to the best of her capacity. That baby was found nestled with the mother dog's puppies under her watchful guard.

More about this heart warming story in the MSNBC Website.

I hope you liked reading about this dog news segment.

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Wednesday, October 17, 2012

Almost Wordless Wednesday: Chooey the PNG-GIF Shih Tzu



Interesting... I've just found out that Picasa now allows animated GIFs to move in Blogger. 


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Monday, October 15, 2012

Guest Post: Haustiere- German Word for Pet Food

This guest post was sent by Ricky Bourne.

Nutrition is important for all organisms, from katzen und hunden to human beings. Haustiere is important.

Apparently the German word for pet food, or for caring for your pet with nutrition or in other wise feeding a pet, is “haustiere”. So there you go. If you've been looking to broaden your conversational German with some extra words, that’s one for the bank.

People with ein hund or ein katze – oder even ein hamster (whatever that might be in German) may find themselves falling into the all too common trap of buying or using the wrong haustiere. Imagine those big puppy dog eyes looking up at you, saying, Ja, ich really mochte the wienerschnitzel you are eating… It’s hard to resist the charms and demands of the average domesticated animal. But if we don’t, we can inadvertently be causing some serious omissions in their diet.

Photo Courtesy of Hills Pet
Die katzen, for example, need to eat quite a lot of different minerals and irons in order to maintain the health of their teeth, bones and organs. Without the proper combination, they become kranken and have to go to the vet. So the haustiere you choose for dieser katzen can be very important – as indeed can the haustiere you choose for diener hunde.

Also, there are different kinds of haustiere for different stages in the life of dieser katze or diener hunden. So the food you give them has to change over the years. Die junge katze, for example, requires a nutritive boost to make its hair grow properly – plus a range of vitamins necessary to ensure the proper development of a nervous system honed to perfection, able to help its owner twist in mid-air and always hit the ground feet first.

Scientific nutrition for katzen und hunden is also used when the animal in question is sick in some way. Prescribed science diet formulas are able to help pets regain their full health in the event of certain illnesses. Extra protein, fur example, allows the animal to rebuild muscle it may have lost during ein period of rest. Und specific combinations of minerals and vitamins can target a tottering immune system, helping to build it back up properly during the period of convalescence.

Scientific haustiere can also be used to combat common allergies. Many domestic animals are either born with or develop allergies according to where they live and what they have previously been fed on. Pets suffering from chronic allergies may be helped by scientifically put together dry food, which can stop allergic reactions to the preservatives and setting agents often used in the wet food.

In addition, dry food can actually help to improve the breath of a pet prone to halitosis. The dry food is less likely to stick inside the mouth, on the tongue or teeth, after the pet has finished eating. Since it is the bacteria on unfinished food particles that often causes the smelly breath of a pet, using dry haustiere is an excellent way to make those evening cuddles with Smoochy a little less pungent.

Nutrition is important for all organisms, from katzen und hunden to human beings. Haustiere is important.

Author Bio :

Klaus Schmidt is an animal nutritionist. He often prescribes dry haustiere for der katzen und die hunden if they have been ill.

Haopee Notes:

I have added the following German words into my vocabulary bank...

Katzen = Cat

Hund = Dog (or Hound from the word Dachshund)
Haustiere = Pets ( according to Google Translate. However, in this article, it means pet food.)

And that wraps it up for today.

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Friday, October 12, 2012

Family Friday: Death and Rebirth

I had planned to talk about Caoimhe's passing a week ago. I felt guilty for not being there for Magic's mums and the entire pack during such a devastating ordeal.

Thank you for posting this in your blog, Magic.

I truly hope that their hearts have healed and mended after having to do that heart-wrenching decision.

On a more lighter note, still related to Magic, I have sewn Timothy the Turtle back to life. He was one of the first toys we ever got and coming from Magic, nonetheless. 

He was ripped apart by Peanuts and Ginger a couple of months ago, so I took the liberty of  taking him with me so he can live a longer and happier life with Chooey.

Minus the squeaker, plus a couple of Frankenstein stitches and VIOLA! Timothy is ALIIIIVEEE!!!
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Tuesday, October 9, 2012

Mischief Monday: If a Picture Paints a Thousand Words...

Then what in dog's name are you up to, Rin!

Just one of those Rin moments where Photoshop isn't necessary.

P.S. I was supposed to catch up with blogging but my tummy is really hurting bad so please don't think I have forgotten. I am just experiencing an unfortunate achy tummy.

Snoopy's Dog Blog

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Thursday, October 4, 2012

Thankful Thursday: Dog Treats and MyDogsLove.Me Anniversary

The big ONE

We are truly thankful to have found so many bloggy friends this past year. We just turned 1 yesterday, by the way. I know I'm not so keen in dates so I would like to thank everybody who has visited us and made us part of their virtual lives.

We don't have much so we're hoping that this digital doggy treats are enough for you guys....

Oops! Sorry, these Doggyman Milk and Bacon flavored and Cheese biscuits are decommissioned.

Our personal favorite is the Veggie flavored Doggy Biscuits from Doggyman.

Here are some Jerhigh and Pedigree Meat Jerky. You can pass it around but don't forget to drink lots of water  because of the sodium content.

If this isn't enough, perhaps the next one would suffice.

Our supermarket actually has a frozen Dog Food section.

We can boil a few scrap bones and everybody could enjoy fat juicy bones for snack time.

Once again, thank you for being part of our lives.

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Tuesday, October 2, 2012

Mischief Monday: Our Responsibility to Our Dogs

Some days ago, I found a humongous .. no wait... a GINORMOUS tick on Buchi's back. So I, the responsible owner, have decided to give him a nice refreshing bath.

Just look at the joy in his face. You can feel it radiating all over the picture! (^o^)
Need I say more?

Snoopy's Dog Blog

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Saturday, September 29, 2012

Silly Saturday: Procrastinating on Awards... Again

So I've decided to finally finish what was due a long time ago. I have two awards and a lot of stories to share but unfortunately, no pictures to show.

Anyway, let's cut to the chase and get back to business. The first award would be the One Lovely Blog Award.

The requirements for the One Lovely Blog Award are:
  • Thank the person who nominated you and link back to them in your post.
  • Share 7 things about yourself. 
  • Nominate other bloggers you admire. 
  • Contact your chosen bloggers to let them know.

The next award would be the...

The Beautiful Blogger Award requirements are:
  • To copy the Beautiful Blogger Award logo and place it in your post. 
  • Thank the person who nominated you and create a link back to their blog. 
  • Nominate 7 other bloggers for their own Beautiful Blogger Award.

First of all, we would like to thank Ian from Sheba's Life Story for these two wonderful awards. Forgive me for taking a long time to post it here.

Next, the seven things...

1. I love coffee. I have a habit of drinking cold coffee twice a day. My day feels incomplete without it.

2. My hobbies include watching Anime, Sci-Fi movies and TV series'. I am a big fan of Zombie movies, games and The Walking Dead. This all started when I first watched Resident Evil 1.

3. Chooey and Buchi are walking buddies on leash. Whitey simply follows us off-leash.

4. I miss Peanuts but I know she's in good hands. I asked for an update about her and the description given to me  was, "Her fur is green because she likes rolling over the grass and running all over the lawn.". I have yet to see how she looks like.

Awww, Peanuts! You're too smart for your own good.

5. I eat four meals a day. ^_^. Breakfast, lunch, snack time, dinner! The house I'm currently living in usually serves fish and vegetables, which is why I'm eating healthily right now.

6. The dog tricks Chooey knows are Sit, Up, Down, Bark, and Bang. Buchi knows Sit and Down while Whitey knows Sit  and Beg... Rin knows how to whine like she's talking.

7. According to my mom, Ginger, Coal and BD have grown fat. She wasn't aware she was feeding them too much. She thought the 2-3 cups of dog food was to be given every meal when it was meant for an entire day's consumption.

I would like to nominate the following awesome blogs. These bloggers are just some of my newest friends and I'd love to introduce them to everyone.

1. Susie and Sidebite. I have to admit, I hardly know what's in Susie's mind. I just love reading about them and seeing their Oh-So-Cute Scottie pictures.

2. Urbanhounds. This is one of the blogs where we can actually see who Mom and Dad are. All the little puglets, Bob, and Norby, of course, have such beautiful city adventures to share.

3. The Dougall Diaries. One of the newer family members of our blog community, Dougall and Floydie are such an adorable pair. The pictures in their blog are enough to give you a dose of doggy cuteness.

4. Scrappy of Yorkie Tails. IS A GIRL. Yes, dear friends, just like our adorable beloved Pip, Scrappy is also a Yorkie who is often mistaken for a little boy.

5. Fuzzy Tales. Even though I'm a dog lover, I do visit cat blogs, too. Nicki and Derry often post the best cat boxing/tussle/wrestling shots. That's enough to make my day.

6. Colby of Puppy in TrainingA lot of you are familiar with our puppy expert. If you need some puppy advice or are just in the mood of seeing many puppies wearing the cone of shame, his website is the place to go to!

And last but not the least...

7. Lisa of Dogs N Pawz. Dogs n Pawz is quite an informative site. It's a bloggy and webby combined. That said, I have to thank her for giving me the opportunity to read the Follow the Dog Home book I've reviewed recently.

Thanks again, Ian.
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