a quick story when i visited tom at the wakepark one time: i met a doggo named kimchi. 🐶 he arrived with his hooman dad who totally slayed the lake. anyway, whenever dad would jump in the water, kimchi would likewise jump in, and it took all other hoomans to call him back from swimming after his dad. still, kimchi watched him like a hawk (2nd & 3rd pics). in the occasion dad fell, kimchi would swim towards him to "rescue" him. so oh joy when dad was finally done (4th pic), and together they watched their friends take turns on the lake (5th pic). but the best part was before they left - when me and kimchi made eye contact. i beckoned him to come to me and he did (7th pic)! 😍 spent the next couple minutes scratching his head and belly. 😊 see you again, kimchi! 😘
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He brings you love... what a good boi. This is the BETEST BOI IN ALL OF THE LAND, that I found while wormhole hunting. If you don’t like Woooer/Quagsire, I’m sorry, we can’t be friends. HE’S SO CUTE MMMMM. This bad boi brought me up 2-1 in the Wormhole shiny competition that my friend and I are having and he never disappoints.
What has 3 legs, 1 eye and waits for me in a tuk tuk while I go grocery shopping?
I never "trained" her to do this. I just tell her what I want her to do and she understands what I say. She's SUCH a good dog, sometimes I can't believe it. 😭😭😭
I hadn't shared this on Instagram, because it was a bit personal, but now the worst has passed. The story behind the amputation is that after 5 long months of recovery, the leg plateaued in its healing, in spite of close care with the vet. Bone infection set in and there was no option but to remove it. She feels a lot better now! PS: photo is a bit blurry, but I had a lot of coffee today, so I couldn't stop shaking 😂