Tuesday is bath day for the Pekes. With all that fur, it's no wonder why these dogs are not afraid of the water. Not to mention how they really love being groomed. While the Pekingese are generally snobbish dogs, they have taken to Tita quite fast. After a day of bathing and grooming, Tita has risen the ranks of the Pekes most favored humans, next to only their owners (I hope).
Marcia and Chiqui shaking off the excess water from their fur.
It's Chico's turn for a bath. Much to the envy of the beagles.
Took the Buff-dog (real name: Buffy; a.k.a. Buffer and "The Annoying Dog") and Kristine to a trip in Tagaytay. Started out in Tereyaki Boy where Buffy and I shared a Sukiyaki. Buffy was generally well behaved, although she did jump one waiter (on those occasions I am really glad she is a small dog) and later tip over her water bottle to Kristine's consternation. We then went to Picnic Grove where we met up with Leen. Were threated to another nice view of the Taal Volcano. After Picnic Grove, we went to Bag of Beans where Buffy and I shared in the Apple Pie and Braided Bread. Surprisingly, she loved both. Ended day at Josephine's again overlooking the Taal Volcano.
She had a really good day. JRT's are great companions for trips. Even when you know she is feeling tired, if there is more walking to be done, she won't quit on you. Buffy slept like a log, alternately on my and on Kristine's lap, all the way home.
"What started with one humble pekingese puppy is now a jolly dog-crazy kennel. The palm tree-roofed kennel is surrounded by freshwater ponds and coconut trees and is home to Pekingese dogs, Beagles, a Rottweiler, Golden Retreivers, Shih Tzus, and a Jack Russell Terrier."