Always remember to have fun after trial.
Always remember to have fun after trial.
Today is a special and important day to our beloved country. Because of this, our pawrents got a day off. They just need 1 minute of their time to decide 0.01% of the future. So what about the remaining of 1439 mins, what are they going to do?
PICNIC PICNIC PICNIC
YES WE ARE GOING TO HAVE OUR VERY FIRST PICNIC.
We will have our first picnic with Mommy’s colleagues at Marina Barrage. This is not the first time been there but is our first time to have picnic at this crowded place.
“She is our Mommy’s colleague from Taiwan. Is she pretty? YES. I think so. Why do I say that? See my sticking out tongue. I get to eat some of her pan fried eggs from her home made taiwan sandwiches. IT IS YUMMY.” – BAILEYS
We had long time never been to beach to do our favourite thingy; swimming and chasing. According to our friend’s Mommy, this period is monsoon season (aka raining season) and is quite dangerous to do any activities near seaside. But we do not need to worry about it. Uncle Joe from Pet Cruise will sort these out by checking the weather, wind observations, temperature, cloud and atmospheric moisture. Fortunately, we were able to go on 30 Nov 14.
After a long run, we got to eat our favourite dehydrated chicken fillet. AWESOME.. If you had noticed, we were always on leash once we stepped into the boat. This was to prevent us jumping off from boat into the sea as we were too enthusiastic in swimming (this was especially referred to little Myers).
Other than beach chasing, what else can we do? This was our first time and also Mom’s first time jumping off from boat to swim with us. It was 5m high. FYI, Mom’s height is only 1.58m high. THAT’S CONSIDERED A HUGH DIFFERENCE FOR A BEGINNER. No choice. She got to learn. By the way, she loved it so much that they wanted to go snorkelling one day without us. SOB SOB!!
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Do enjoy and experience it!
What a great Saturday morning. I got to walk with Mommy and Daddy at SengKang Riverview Park. It is a riverine park which located at Anchorvale Street abutting Sungei Punggol. Mommy said this area is connected by a floating wetland. It helps to collect and filter rainwater naturally through its aquatic plants.
How do we get there? This is 5 mins drive from our home. Likewise, the park can be reached via the Sengkang LRT Line at Farmway KLRT Station.
A rough park directory for future reference.
We went to the other side where lesser people would pass by. At that area, it is a very good place to train for low distraction movement reactive training. We will only see each trigger (jogger, bicycle and brisk walker) in every 5 minutes. In between where there was no people around, Mommy brought her DSLR with 35mm lens to take my beautiful photos. As usual, I will get treat after every trigger passed by. What did I have this morning?
My all time favourite dehydrated chicken fillet made by my sweet Mommy. Yummy…
We never stayed there for too long because I always got bitten by ants. Be aware if you want to go there. That area is full of ants crawling around. Yucks. This is so called nature.
Stay tune for Mommy’s awesome photos. Let’s count to 10.
That ended my walk.
See you soon.
This was our second time here to have our weekly leisure walk at East Coast Park. It was quite winding here despite of coming later at 10 am than the usual time of 8 am. There were so many joggers, fast walkers, cyclists, roller bladders, running children, strollers, dogs and many many more.
Before we began, FOCUS WORK is very important. Look at her FIRST before doing anything I like.
My mom will act like a treat dispensing machine after I spotted any dogs around until I am able to look away from them.
When I am able to look away from them, I will start to train my DRI. But before that, my mom has to make sure that there will be no reaction from me other than the 3 seconds stare.
This is what I mean. Looking away from the triggers, I got my yum yum.
Mom loves when I walk beside her. Plus I got my yum yum after every auto look back and will get random treats when doing loose leash walking.
We will stop half way to have my beautiful shot. O ya. Dad was the photographer during the whole journey. Not bad, RIGHT?
I need this after so many yum yum entering my mouth without any sip of water.
Again another shot in the middle of this jetty. I was not stress when I stuck out my tongue in this photo. This was taken after drinking water.
It was about time to walk back. This time round there was another Black Labrador coming from our back. What else can we do? Mom will be her usual self. Treat dispenser. What about me? I just accepted whatever she gave me.
Continuous FOCUS is a MUST. This FOCUS training will NEVER EVER END.
LIFE IS MIRACLE WHEN THERE IS A SHELTIE AROUND.
It has been awhile for us to appear on screen again as keyboard to us is another part of the world so we have to wait for mommy’s free time to update our latest news.
There we go.
Early in the morning 6am, we have already awakened and don’t want to continue in our dreamland. So what else can we do beside our pawrents are snoring in their own world. Hmmm… Let’s lick them up to bring us out.
Lick Lick Lick!! Squeeze Squeeze Squeeze!! Finally they are awake. Let’s move!
Our mission has accomplished. We might visit a new place today.
The Fort Canning Park (福康宁) is a small hill slightly more than 60m high in the south east portion of the island city-state of Singapore which overlooks Orchard Road and set in the heart of the Civic and Cultural District of Singapore.
This is Fort Canning Centre and used to be the barracks of the British Army as its headquarters of its defence bases in the 1920s in order to protect the British interests in the South East Asia. Now it has turned to the home of the Singapore Dance Theatre.
Towards is the gate of fort canning. Let me have a treat first!
Photo session again.
End of tour. See you next time!
December is a wet day in Singapore but fortunately today is a beautiful day. It is good for chasing and playing on the green and glossy grass, but windy enough to blow us away. Hehe..
Mummy has decided to bring us back to the Gardens by the bay today but who knows, the dark clouds have moved toward the South, as usual during this period. We drive all the way there but we didn’t get the chance to alight due to all the thunderstorms and lightning flashing above us. Due to our home stay for many days, we have noticed that the sunshine will only shine in the morning and the rain will come in the afternoon. By the way, we normally got the chance to go out only in the late afternoon (no hot sun).
In the end, we drive all the way back to our home to tour around at the neighbourhood garden. So sad!!
We are looking forward to the next season.
Punggol Point is located in north-east of Singapore. The jetty area is the pickup point for people going towards the Outward Bound Training Centre. This is one of the good place in Singapore for beautiful sunrise shots due to its close proximity to the east and not really surrounded by buildings.
This is really a nice place to have our morning walk. Green! Green! Green! But however, it is not really easy accessible for visitors as there is only one bus service is coming here (bus 85 from Punggol interchange) unless you have your own transport. Well, the parking here is also very limited. We didn’t get the chance to park at the carpark so no choice, we have to park at OBS carpark with our own risk.
Let’s continue our green green journey!
Let’s get ready.
Shelties are like flowers. They are everywhere.
It had been awhile for not posting any photos here. Don’t worry! My mum did bring us out, just that she forgot to bring her DSLR to any of the outings since the last post.
Today is another muddy day. Our initial plan was to go to our favourite spot at Bishan Dog Run to meet other doggies friends but ended up we got to see grasses and river near our estate. What a BAD DAY!!
Mummy said that she wanted to try out this so called NEW PLACE as we didn’t even been here before even though it was a 5 mins drive from our home. What a SHAME of us!
This so called NEW PLACE was at Punggol Promenade Nature Walk which is located at Punggol end, along Sentul Crescent Road. It is a 2.4 km nature walk, the middle section of Punggol Promenade that lies between Punggol Point Walk and Riverside Walk.
From here, we can see Palau Ubin and the Straits of Johor on an elevated, ship-inspired viewing deck.
Punggol Point Walk allows us to enjoy the greenery and biodiversity flourishing along the coast.
Let’s start our trail!
What a beautiful night!
Home Sweet Home!
Life is better with a dog.
We had done our day walking at Botanical Garden. Let’s start with our night walk here too.
What a great view and environment during night! Let’s enjoy to the fullest.
During this wonderful night, we must meet those wonderful shelties to go along with. Who else was going? Uncle Romeo, Aunty JuJu, Brother Hugo, Princess Precious and a new friend Fugon.
Again.. It was a muddy night after few days of heavy pouring.
There was not many people around although there was one couple who said SHHhhhh to me when I barked. Why? Can’t I use this method to communicate with my mum or friends? Are you jealous?
Nehhh.. They just don’t understand us. Too bad.
Mummy was trying her best to adjust her camera settings for night photo shot but she didn’t have the right equipment to do that. Too bad!!
Finally, let’s have our group photo after a 45 mins walk and 10 mins camera setting adjustment.
Shelties are like flowers, better in bunches!
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