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Milka loves kids and they love him! He met some kids in Port Moody last night and I got him to howl for them. Then they tried (successfully!) making his howl on their own. Awesome. Advertisements
I entered Milka in a blog contest for cute dogs. Please vote for him. It’s really easy and quick. So if you think Milka is cute vote for him on the Buzzfeed page.
Maybe you have noticed that I haven’t been posting much lately on Milka’s blog. I do post fairly regularly on his Twitter and/or my Instagram though. Want to see how Milka’s doing? Get up to date by following him on … Continue reading
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It’s been hot this summer – and Milka doesn’t particularly like it. I’ve got a few ways to keep him cool: scarf filled with beans/balls that stays cool for hours dampen a scarf and put it on him keep the … Continue reading
I took Milka to the vet today for surgery but asked the techs to check his bump first, because it has become much smaller over the past few days. And voila! No surgery! Sure enough, the lump is getting smaller … Continue reading
Milka visited a new groomer this past weekend. What do you think? The before and after shots are on the groomer’s website. The pics are also below. Let me know what you think. Should we stick with this new groomer … Continue reading
Took Milka to the island for the long weekend. Had a perfect weekend really. Good company, gorgeous weather, great home cooked meals. Thanks mom! And Gill! Here’s a pic of Milka near my mom’s Easter tree, a tradition we picked … Continue reading
I had Milka’s DNA tested to see exactly what kind of dog Milka is (other than super sweet and super cute!). Turns out that Milka is a level 1 poodle, according to DNA My Dog. This means that Milka is … Continue reading
Environment Canada issued a wind warning today for the BC south coast, with winds to up to 90 km/h… so we went to the beach! Milka was a champ and never complained (ie wanted to be held etc).