I had my first house guest of my own, ever, today. Her name is June. She is a Whippet. Her humans are Human#1's good friends. We met when I was little (last January), and we played together but she was pushy and I got a bit annoyed by her.
By the way, did I mention? Human#1 is the one who held me all the way from my birth home to this home last year. I puked on him 3 times during that trip. When we got home, he sat in my crate area with me until I felt a little more comfortable. Since then, I sometimes think of him as Human#1. (Human#2 is the one who drove and cleaned the vomit mess i made. She's also a better treat dispenser.)
Anyway, back to June. Since the first time, we hadn't met again for a long time, until recently when we walked together around my place, and we got on very well! Today, they took us for a walk in the woods together, and afterward, she came over to my home. During the walk, she wasn't too into sniffing everything like I was. She probably just wanted to run. Apparently, she runs really fast!
omd!! a shiba-mix (?) was found floating on roof on ocean yesterday near Tsunami area! & was rescued. See the video!
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When we drove into the parking lot, we spotted a cute red Shiba (redundant, we know). We hurried out of the car to meet them. The adorable and friendly girl, Emmie, turned out to be only 6 months old.
There were about 8 Shibas there. A good turnout for this group! Kaiju kept playing with Emmie though.
Unfortunately, the fenced area was small, and half of it was covered with thick shiny sheet of ice. We almost decided against staying. With Kaiju's bad knees, slippery surfaces are generally to be avoided. We saw how excited he was looking at all the Shibas, though, and we gave in. "OK, Just for a little bit".
Kaiju was wise enough to mostly stay on the non-icy (sunny but muddy) side. We tried to stay on that side, also, so he'd stick around.
He had a great time, mostly with Emmie. We kept it short and left before everyone else. Kaiju still got a full half an hour of fun running, and was happy and calm for rest of the day. He slept like a... well... very tired puppy once we got home. (His limping got worse after this, so we'll probably refrain from letting Kaiju play on icy area in future)
Met a 6-months old Husky yesterday at a dog park. He was a very nice bouncy big puppy.