Tuesday, August 26, 2008

Morning Walk

Every time I walk Lupita I feel happy that we live in the country surrounded by nature. It sure is a nice change from the city. When we lived in Mid-Levels, we walked along the busy concrete road between tall buildings. But now we can walk in nature every day and every night.

We take Lupita for a walk twice a day. Where, what time and how long depends on the weather or us. We have various walking routes from a 15 min short walk to an over an hour long walk.

Yesterday since the sun was not too strong, I took her to a nearby river for a pleasant 1.5 hour walk.

Check out our walk on video. (click the ▶ on lower left corner of screen)
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Thursday, August 14, 2008

Dog Tricks - High Five

I watched the Beijing Olympics on TV alone today.

When I see athletes or teams who I am supporting winning, I scream “Yes!” in delight.

But…

it’s less fun when I'm alone. I want to share the joy with somebody.

So I decided to teach Lupita “High five”. It shouldn’t be difficult as she already can shake hands. I just needed to make her raise her paw a bit higher using her favorite dried sardine as treats.

Lupita soon learned the trick.
High five!


This will make watching the Olympic games more fun!

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Monday, August 4, 2008

Sunday Yamcha

Sunday is a day when Chinese families gather for dim sum breakfast. When in Rome, do as the Romans do. So all my family, two humans and one dog, went to a Chinese restaurant and had yamcha yesterday.

Sai Kung is one of the most dog friendly towns. Chinese restaurants allow you to bring dogs to the outdoor seats.

A west highland white terrier dining at the next table.






Lupita laying at our feet.







It's a go-and-pick-up-what-you-want system.






Various dim sum we ate today.





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