BY kaiju   Thu, 13 Sep 2012

Phineas's humom gave me a surprise visit today. I wasn't stolen and my ears are uneaten and still on me (she is infamous for talking about those things). And, she gave me lots and lots of cookies!!

But not the water...

BY the humans   Sat, 25 Aug 2012

We are lazy late-risers and cannot possibly make the most meetups that somehow tend to happen somewhere "far" at 10am. Sigh.

But finally, there was a Shiba meetup today that was manageable. This place was 15 minutes from us, and the meetup was to start at 11am. Yep, doable! Even with a bit of a hangover.

Besides, Knox and Amanda were going to be there. We wouldn't have missed it.

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BY kaiju   Tue, 3 Jul 2012

I'm trying to stall for time right now. I don't like the road between here and the pond.

OK, I'm here. I'm gonna sit on my rock for a while... This is where my humans try really hard to get me in the water and I ignore them.

BY kaiju   Sun, 1 Jul 2012

Why is hudad staring at the water? Can we go now?

BY the humans   Wed, 27 Jun 2012

Kaiju, almost always gets the zoomies when we take him to this athletic field, late late night when nobody's around. This is a 55-acre park with a vast grassy areas, but he especially likes this area with artificial turf.

He is a happy crazy dog on astroturf.

It poured before we left and I was told to stay under the tarp which I hate! It was stressful... Happy to be back and dry!

Our friends and we canoed out to the lake during the day, just to hang out. Since most nice shorelines were privately owned (which is really unfortunate), we couldn't just dock anywhere. After a while, we found a large rock standing in the middle of the water. It was a nice place to perch, chat, and take a dip. We had our lunch and beer with us, so we were psyched to find this place. We tied the canoes together with a rope, and wrapped it around the rock so the canoes would not drift away.

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We think Kaiju didn't mind our friends who joined for the weekend. What do you think?

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Where we camped this time was an island (23-acre with 4 camp sites). So, we decided to let Kaiju off leash during the morning hours when we walked to and from places on the trails. He did well! Towards the end of afternoon, we were more hesitant to do it because we did not want to have to look for him in the dark, if he decided to completely ditch us. Even still, he was not going to swim away or anything, so our hesitation was nothing other than us being worrywarts.

As soon as Kaiju was off-leash, he acted very differently. He was more stubborn in his insistence to go towards the direction of his choice. He, nevertheless, stuck with us mostly and happily.

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