How did the day went? Breakfast with the hubby and the in-laws at Marsiling hawker centre. Lots of the stalls were not open and alot of seats were available. Usually it's pretty difficult to find seats. And we decided to eat from the vegetarian stall that usually has a long queue and the queue maintain even today. A wrong choice... As it took us one hour to buy T.T and the mifen was pretty bland.
After we got home, the hubby and I did one more round of vacuuming and mopping the floors. It's really dusting staying near MRT and LRT tracks. Then it's time for Latte's bath. He didn't run away as much as the other two times. Hopefully he enjoys bathing.
Then we towelled dry him. And blow dry his fur. And combed his fur. It usually takes us 1 to 1.5 hours for the whole session including bathing. At least he looks like he enjoyed this home grooming session today. Today I combed out a bigger ball of fur compared to yesterday. He looks like some malnutrition unloved dog whe…
The teething notti boy bites almost everything. Fingers, arms, legs, paper boxes, newspaper, pee pad, pillows, legs of my chair, legs of my shelf and more... His latest favourite is metal stuff. Legs of the table, the metal key hole on my shelves, zips.... Licks them nonstop no matter how we try to stop him.
Today marks a month since the day Latte came to our home. Ahh how I miss the cute little shy Latte. He's growing up to be a playful little puppy. Here's Latte when he just came home with us. Sleepy little pup.
Latte took a shower today. Smells sooooo much nicer. After his vaccination, he can't bathe for 5 days. So to all noobie pet owners like me, remember to bathe him before he goes for his vaccination so that he won't stink so badly.
He looks so much bigger than before. The first time we bathe him, he's a scrawny little thing.
Towelling and blow drying him is a challenge. He keeps struggling away and keeps playing with the air dryer, trying to eat the air blowing at him.
Here's the nice smelling, fluffy little Latte. Hopefully he doesn't mess up his pee and poo so quickly to smell stinky again.
Brought Latte to The Joyous Vet for his second vaccination. He was scared the moment we went in. Had to open the carrier from the top to get him to the weighing machine. He's 1.6kg already. Upon entering the consultation room, he also struggled a little to hide in the carrier. And putting him on the cold metal table, he started shivering. Poor boy. The vaccination went quite smoothly. He did not struggle during the injection. He cried a little though, after the injection was done. Haha delayed reaction. Besides his vaccination, the vet also prescribed a cleansing solution for his outer ear and the back of the neck, for a suspected case of bacteria infection. On top of that, three stringes of syrup medication for deworming. We have to do this every month until when he's older.
Ahh.. All the things that has to be done on him. Revolution monthly, Frontline monthly, deworming monthly, one more vaccination and all the other unknowns. Having a dog as a pet is a physical, psychologic…
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Meet Latte, a male puppy, Japanese Spitz, and our boy.
Latte came to our family on Christmas Eve. We got him from Super Puppies. When we were there, Latte was with his sister. Awhile after we met Latte, his sister was also taken home by another family.
Since then, Latte has been giving us lots of headache, pee and poo all over the house, and of course love and laughter. It is fun to see how he sleep, trips over himself, eagerness to eat, and playing with his toys. Some of his toys were bought, some were diy. He like hard knots since he is still teething. He like our fingers and palms more, but we will try to discourage that as it is painful. We also got him a colourful tent for him, which was intended for him to sleep inside, but he prefer to sleep near us, under our beds. Sometimes nearer to me, sometimes nearer to the hubby.
We hope for Latte to grow up strong and healthy. He still has 2 vaccinations to go.
My sister just came back from her Europe holiday this weekend. She saw the lock bridge that was a scene in the Hong Kong drama, 沖上雲霄。She was in Amsterdam, Prague, Munich, Vienna and many others. Envious much. And she got me these fabulous gifts. Vintage style earrings made in Holland, gold plated. I love. Very pretty.
And these three bottles of liqour. The bottles are in the shape of a violin. Very special. But I doubt I would drink them. Haha.. They are now in my alcohol display cabinet.
It's the New Year Eve. Some are not working today, some are given half day off, some are able to go off a few hours earlier, and for some, New Year eve is like any other day. They work till their official knock off time. I spent my time at home with the two boys.
The hubby managed to get a pair of tickets to Rain and the 9 muses concert at Marina Bay Sands for New Year Eve. All thanks to his friend.
Before heading for the concert, we had dinner. A pretty unromantic dinner though. Haha.. I realise being a student has great benefits. His meal is $1.95 cheaper than mine, but with additional fries and a healthier drink.
We went on our virgin trip on the Downtown line.
We were early and took a walk around Marina Bay Sands. Many people were there. Camped for the countdown and fireworks. And the ladies queue is horribly long. Scary. And this is not the full queue.
The ballroom was still pretty empty when we reached. Our tickets are for the Cat 2 seats. Not very near to the stage. $288 …