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My Cute Weekend Companion

I think my friend must have read my post on "dog-sitter" on Thursday cos the next day, she sent me a SOS SMS, requesting me to take care of her doggie!   She has to go for a weekend trip and she just couldn't take her pet along this time.  Well, what can I say....

Friday evening, I was instructed to go and picked up her pet at a disclosed address.  Upon arriving, I was greeted with barks of welcome or should I say "angry barks?"  LOL...

Anyway....I managed to herd her into my car despite her unwillingness.....
Introducing my weekend companion...... 
Settling down for the weekend....
Sniffing here and there....
Walking around to see what is familiar and what's not....
Finally sitting down with a cheerful look... 
phewww... 
Cute little pet, right?

Comments

  1. cute little doggie!! and she wasn't angry anymore when brought to your home?? hmm, not bad, you've got a companion over the weekend!! :)

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  2. cute if obedient, the other way round if its not lol

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  3. Yes, really a cute dog if it is friendly. Is it toilet trained?

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  4. She is very cute! Oh...do you still have Labbie?? I hope nothing happened while I was away? Now that you are retired, you will be busier than ever!!! That is the way it has been with us. Church and friends all know you are retired and want you to do all kinds of things!

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    1. Haha ..ginny u know better,...labbie still with me...she is yhe best...lol...

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  5. This little doggie looks cute but still it is a big No No cats, dogs & all the hairy, furry animals for me. I simply can't handle them.

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    1. Temporary ok... Permanent no...cos I will need to vacuum everyday!

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  6. Ooooo....my daughter would love it so so so much but the mum's exactly like Irene. :(

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    1. Hahaha,,,, mine too... More work if inside the house... Outside not so bad...

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  7. It's so cute, love this kind of furry furry dog!!!

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  8. So cute doggie, my neighbour has 2 dogs, 1 of the dog, something similar to your friend dog, whenever i saw the dog, it will bark, hehe...

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    1. Yeah, this one also barks very excitedly too...

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  9. cute..but you would need to vacuum the whole house later on.

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    1. Yes, and each day too... I dare not bring her upstairs...

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  10. Your weekend friend reminded of my mum's pet dog. The same breed. Now I am missing him. Lol.

    it must be wonderful dog sitting for your friend.

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    1. Not easy... hahaha... have to clean up every now and then..

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  11. The dog is so cute and adorable! I would love to keep dogs like these and I think it's good idea to keep them by babysit for short term fun. I heard in overseas, they rent cats and dogs out to short term lovers amidst protests from Animal Rights NGOs.

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