Monday, April 2, 2007

dog chase

I spent half of my morning today chasing our fierce Japanese Spitz that had gotten loose from his leash. It was exhilirating because he wasn't willing to get tied again. Pongping was running wild around the neighborhood and it was just plain insane to try to keep up with him so I just waited for the right opportunity. By the way, no one else in the house goes near this ferocious dog of ours except me. I am the only one who could feed, bathe, and tie him back into place so imagine me doing a dog chase early in the morning. I had to get him before he bites anyone. This dog has made it his business to bite anyone who goes near him (except me). So I was just totally worried trying to figure out ways to trap him. Finally, he entered a neighbor's open gate and I found my opportunity. Luckily, no one was around at that time so I followed him inside the neighbor's gate and closed it so he won't be able to go out. Whew! At last, I had trapped and strapped him back. But it was enough to call it a day. On my next blog entry I am going to explain the rationale behind the virtual pet on this blog. In the meantime, I'd like to have my bath.

1 comment:

dave dales said...

it's normal that dogs really want that they will be chased...that's the thing that they do just to get the attention of there master..that's what we call "lambing"..its good to know that your a dog lover miss..the feeling of having a dog is really great..they brought joy to us and even can get our tiredness...eventhough they can't speak but the fact that we know that they are loyal to us,it really means alot...

by: dave dales, BBA-2