Thursday, November 26, 2009

Still have a long way to get master's

I get kind of sleepy as soon as I study.
How about you?

Wednesday, November 18, 2009


Drinking cold water here after chase rabbits and flying squirrels is my daily routine.

Sunday, November 15, 2009

Side by side

Oops! Big dog's coming here.
I'm just be mom's side now...

McAulay Point

This tree is too magnificent to do pee!

Saturday, November 14, 2009

A hard day's work

Hiking a mountain, making a dash, jumping a fence, to surprise birds, playing with many other dogs...
Everything I want to do has done today.
I'm very satisfied!

It's my stick now!

I've wan the tug-of-war with him!!
This is mine♪ This is mine♪

Saturday, November 7, 2009

Catch a wave!

Hello, waves!
Where have you come from?

Meet me on the beach

Your family is nice!
And mine is the best!! 

Rescue dog in the news

Check out this amazing story of a Victoria Adoptables rescue dog that swam across Enterprise Channel to come back to Victoria!  And he's a lab/shepherd cross like me!

The open spaces of Trial Island, B.C., might be paradise for most dogs, but one canine apparently found life at a lighthouse a little too quiet for his taste. Earlier this week, Malcolm, a 10-year-old Labrador-shepherd cross, swam 400 metres back to Victoria through the uncertain waters of Enterprise Channel. Nancy Besharah found a cold, disoriented Malcolm while jogging and phoned Carol Broad of Victoria Adoptables Dog Rescue. Five days earlier, Malcolm had happily gone with assistant lighthouse keeper Mike Robinson and was, as far as Ms. Broad knew, in something close to doggie heaven on 25 hectares of unfenced land on Trial Island. "Maybe he got bored. There are only two people on the island and a 16-year-old dog, so maybe the pace was too slow," said Ms. Broad, who is now desperately looking for a home for Malcolm where he won't be tempted to go for marathon Swims.

Tuesday, November 3, 2009

First experience of seaweed

I'm buried in slimy grasses!

Sunday, November 1, 2009