Tuesday, December 29, 2009

A Late Christmas Post

Hey everyone! I know it's a couple days past Christmas but Mommy was very busy so there were no pictures with the iPhone. Either way, I'm going to show you my gifts.

Well, I took my toy Mr. Ruffles and started running away from the iPhone. But Mommy I settled down because Mommy stepped on my nose with her knee from all my squirming.

LET GO MOMMY! I will show my furends the presents I got.

These are, um, pink hearted doggy poo poo bags? Well, at least there not black! And they are from Mommy!

OOHH! I love this one! It's Mrs. Santa Paws' outfit. Let's see what it looks on me after I open my last present.

This is a little vest Mommy got for when it is rainy outside. I can go outside in style!

Now it's time to try out my new outfits. First my Mrs. Santa Paws outfit. Here is what it looks like from a top view and then a front view.

Here is my rainy day vest!

Oh and I have a Christmas dress I got from my friend Ginger last year. It is very cute.

I wanna wish everyone to have a safe and fun New Year. Goodbye 2009! I will post my adventure on New Year's Eve!

Maltipoo Paws

Wednesday, December 9, 2009

December is here!

Hello everyfur! Wow! The year 2009 sure went fast. Mommy remebers all the good times she's had with her friends and family. I do have the doggy of the week and I might need to change it to doggy of the month because Mommy is getting so much homework these days so I don't have much time on her compawter. Here is December's Doggy of the month!

This doggy is called a Havanese. I know one who lives across Mommy's street. Her name is Ginger. Here is the information on Havanese's.

Country of Origin: Cuba or the Mediterranean.

Size: The Havanese height range from 8.5 to 11.5 inches and their weight can range between 7-18 pounds.

Coat: The Havanese is non-shedding, and can come in a variety of colors including cream, chocolate, pure white, or a combination of several colors.

Character: The Havanese is very intelligent, happy-go-lucky, lively, and playful.

Temperament: Havanese get along well with children and other pets. They do well in almost every social situation.

Care: The coat requires brushing often and is not normally clipped.

Training: The Havanese is eager to please, but positive reinforcement works best.

Activity: This breed's need for exercise are average. Short walks once or twice a day should keep it happy.

Plus Mommy went to this website and made me caroling "Deck the Halls".
It is called petcentric.com. Mine won't show up.

Maltipoo Paws,