Mommy and Daddy had a hard time that day. I still remembered it was on a Monday, 3 August 2015. They had never carried that rotten feeling when travelling from home to vet. Even though it is indeed a small operation, so called sterilization, they felt very uncomfortable. For me, I didn’t know anything. I just followed them. Maybe my Mom was too comical. She almost cried out when she handed me over to Dr Lee. I guessed Dr Lee noticed that and that’s why she had given her 5 minutes extra to reconsider.
[Benefits of Steralization:
- Reduce the risk of certain types of cancer that can be terminal.
- Eliminate undesirable behaviours like spraying, marking and fighting (of course, this need to be trained too even after neutering).
- Not developing the uterine infection called, “Pyometra”, which occurs commonly among older, unspayed dogs and cats. Pyometra is a life threatening disease.
- Prevent unwanted breeding. ]
Final conclusion, Mommy had decided at 12pm .
According to the vet tech, I had awaken at 4pm and started to make some barking sound for awareness.
At 7 pm, I can be discharged. Before leaving the place, I had left a goodbye souvenir for the vet by marking at the entrance door.
What a moody face!
Feel so tired.
Still in pain.
My FIRST jump!
Able to play!
Asking for fetch or tug!
Finally I’m out.
Mommy brought me out on the day 7 walking from Robertson Quay to Clarke Quay with my buddy H.
And I took some individual shot.
And we ended our walk with healthy breakfast at one of the cafe (forget the name) at Robertson Quay which is a dog friendly place.
Back to Mom’s old school cafe at Han’s which located at Upper Thomson Road. Unfortunately, she didn’t know that this is another dog-friendly place to dine in. Of Course, we are only allowed to stay outdoor.
906B Upper Thomson Road
My pawrents had a pretty hectic day. She brought Myers out at 6.30am this morning to walk at Robertson Quay with our PPNG and ended up at Anthesis Cafe for their brunch. Not even more than 5 hours of their precious break, they brought me to Katong Dog Run for Dog Watching desensitization. Then we ended up dined in at Han’s (Upper Thomson Road).
Fish N Chip (S$9.80)
For my auto-focus, I got rewarded some of the fish from that plate.
I had immediately zonked out after I stepped in the room.
Anthesis is a cosy boulangerie, bistro and cafe nestled in Robertson Blue along Robertson Quay, serving up a wide variety of brunch and coffee. Its windy alfresco seats are decorated in a simplistic with wooden tables and metal chairs.
86 Robertson Quay #01-01 Robertson Blue Singapore 238245 Tel: 6737 9873 Operating Hours: 8.30am – 10.00pm (Closed on Monday)
We popped by in the morning after our long walk from Clarke Quay to Robertson Quay. They make the perfect atmosphere for people with dogs although they do not serve with a doggy menu. The human food prices are quite reasonable and its quality speaks up for its value. I must give it a PLUS POINT.
MUESLI (S$8.00) – Yogurt, Seasonal Food & Nuts
MY BREAKFAST, MY WAY (S$18.00)
SIZZLING BEEF POT PIE (S$16.00)
CARAMELIZED BANANA WAFFLE STACK (S$12.00)
MANGO SMOOTHIE (S$8.00) and ICED MOCHA (S$6.50)
ICED LATTE (S$11.00)
I got some share of poached eggs from Hershey’s Mom. AWESOME.
This is little Hershey with his great focus on his Mom’s plate. Hehehe…
I always love to look away. So many little things and movements around.