Saturday, June 25, 2011

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Pet Pride 021: Ticklish

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This is the Mum writing… about how it was in our household on a Saturday afternoon.

With the husband busy working on the computer, I let Max and Joe  out for a quick whiff of fresh and air and a bit of stretching of muscles. We immediately went inside as the heat was really unbearable.  Max quietly  went straight to her usual spot, away from us as she is forever sulking. Joe, on the other hand, joined me on the floor while I was arranging my postcards in my album (it’s a hobby!). Of course,  I didn’t finish a thing - Joe wanted to play!

Oh, and how could I not resist? He kept on pawing my hand and won’t stop till I put my hand under his armpit, or to his chest, or tummy, and scratch and rub it to his heart’s content. See, that’s my hand under his armpit. He likes being tickled a lot, just look at that face! He has such a nice, shiny and soft  brown fur as well so I don’t really mind.


I did a bit of editing on the photo – played with the saturation levels till I achieved this (almost, harhar) Warhol-esque effect.I liked it. Don’t you?

Saturday, June 18, 2011

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Pet Pride 020: ZOMBIE-DOGS!


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Here’s a photo of these terrible two, wonder what made them look zombie-like?

 

Ohhhh-kaaaay...

 

No more happy dog chews from now on!

Saturday, June 11, 2011

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Pet Pride 019: Inseparable


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The past two weeks, Max was in the limelight. Joe got a bit jealous and so we are posting a photo of him this week.

 


Joe’s bed is too small for him now  but he still likes to use it. And he is never away or never without his tennis ball beside him. Oh my, he has grown a lot right before my eyes. He will be two years old in August. He is no longer a puppy that I can carry around in my arms. He doesn’t like it anymore :(

Saturday, June 4, 2011

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Pet Pride 018: Sunbathing diva


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Yes, that is exactly what she is…

 


… When not sulking or moping in one corner of the house, you can find Max out there in our veranda enjoying the sun and the breeze.