Example of a (very) GOOD present ---- from Maggie & Mitch
Thank you so much for the present, Maggie and Mitch!! You guys are the best!! I still can't get enough of the quacking duck and the humans can't stop laughing when they hear me playing with it!
I'd also like to say a big THANK YOU to everypup who came over to wish me Happy Barkday.. I have said it before and I am saying it again, you guys are absolutely the B.E.S.T!
Here's an example of a (terribly) BAD present --- from Papa and mama
I am still hoping that the shop has a 30 day no questions asked return policy... Mama's also up to her eyebrows with Hershey.. The girl's just a bundle of energy, plus the fact that she is teething now, both papa and mama have got 'battle scars' from those evil teefies. Hehehe.. Hopefully this will help to drive my point across!
Actually the humans have also been kinda worried about Hershey cos she's showing signs of having kennel cough and it has kept them up for the past couple 2 nights. As the vet is not open on weekends, they are only bringing her to the vet tonight. Hopefully the lil' skunk will get well soon.
Mama's developed a sore throat and cough over the last weekend.. I think it's because she's been overworking her laryx by yelling 'Nooooo... Hershey', 'Baaaaaaad Hershey', etc (or do you think she's caught the kennel cough from Hershey??). To her credit, Hershey's been a pretty smart pup. She's been paper-trained in less than 10 days since she arrived in our house and already knows some basic commands like 'Sit', 'Down', and when you say 'Paw', she'll offer you her paw for a 'paw shake'.
Ok back to me, just look at cute lil' innocent me below. I was such a pawfect pup who did not have any nipping problems even when I was teething (**embarassed laugh**... please ignore the crooked teefies though) and I was contented just cuddling up on mama's lap or lying by their feet when they were watching TV.
Huskee's mom: I can't believe my 'puppy' is 9 years old now. I have had the priviledge of sharing the past 8 years and 9 months of his life with him and I hope we will have more years together. He shares a loving bond and close relationship with everyone in my immediate family, and I'd like to think that Huskee is a happy and contented dog. He has the unconditional love of his papa, my sister (aka 'The Maid' - this nickname came about because she really does soooo many things for him and loves him just as much, if not even more, than I do) as well as my parents. To a certain extent, you can even say that we have 'spoiled' him rotten, but to anyone who say that to me, my reply will be 'My dog's not spoiled, I'm just well-trained'.
So to my 'puppy', --- Wishing you a Happiest Barkday and may we spend many more happy years together.