Wednesday, February 20, 2008

Out and About Today

It looked like a nice day for a walk today and mom decided to go out and get some yummy buns from Mr. Baoz. We passed by the Taipei 101 and of course, we had to stop for a little photo shoot. :D



When we arrived at Mr. Baoz, there was an outdoor seating area and Mom ordered a Viennese Cheese Baoz and a cappuccino. Shortly, we were joined by Mimi, a 3 year old yellow lab. He has the cutest face and we sat there for a while getting to know each other.



Before we leave, mom ordered a box of buns to bring home. These are the best looking buns I have ever seen! Mom gave me a little to sample and it got my paws of approval!



It started to drizzle when we were heading home, so we dropped by a pet store to pick up a raincoat for me. It has been raining everyday for the last one month, so this is going to come in useful.





Our afternoon outing took about 3 hours and we were exhausted when we reached home, but it was good to be out and about for a little sunshine.

I am a Model!

Here's me posing with my Mon Ami accessories as featured on their Patron Pups page. Do you think I have the makings for a Dog Model?

Monday, February 11, 2008

I am TWO!!!


I am two years old today!!! I received many birthday wishes from my friends. Here are some wonderful photos my friends at The Gold Post sent. :D They are all so adorable!

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Augie & Ti

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Ben

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Katie

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Parker

Sunday, February 3, 2008

Home Made Frosty Paws for Me!

Mom got the Frosty Paw recipe from her friends and decided to make some for me, I have never tried any cold treats before and I must say they are refreshingly yummy! Two paws up for Mommy! This is her first attempt:



And here's another variation with fresh steamed pumpkin instead of bananas.





It is really easy making these treats, here is the basic recipe to share:

Frosty Paws Recipe
1 32 oz. plain yogurt
2 mashed bananas
2 Teaspoon honey
2 Teaspoon peanut butter

Just blend everything together, pour into containers and freeze. Mom used jelly molds to get those cute fancy shapes.

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