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I ♥️ Choco

I haven’t posted for a while because I was spending more quality time with Choco.

He behaved well when he was puppy so I thought I don’t need to pay much attention to him.

Well, I was wrong.

He started misbehaving and I didn’t know why.

He even started crying as if he is under pain which made me worried.

I took him to the hospital but doctor could not identify the cause.

I booked for his full health check up including X-ray.

As a part of process to identify his pain/problem, I updated doctors (I visited twice. You can imagine how terrified and worried I was!) on his current status and my worries.

Doctors cleared my worries and I think back about US.

Choco was lonely; he needed my attention.

Now I take him for a walk before and after work.

I feed him from my hand as how I used to do when he was puppy.

I thought he doesn’t like to walk because he always asks me to carry him.

However, I was wrong; he loves to walk and run without harness and he tries his best to FOLLOW me!

Now I enjoy every moment with him.

Look at him!

Today, he behaves like a Boy Scout when he wants to eat beef!

I ❤️ Choco!

Posted in Daily Life, Feelings, Japanese Culture

28 December 2018

28 December, it is the last day of work for 2018 for many companies so that we can get ready to welcome New Year.

Simultaneously, it was the last day of 2018 for me to go to hospital to get medicines to get better.

I was still suffering with terrible coughs and weak.

There aren’t many people at the hospital waiting room because many people must have gone back to their home towns.

I asked for stronger medicines so that I can recover to welcome New Year in good health.

Posted in Choco-chan, Daily Life, Family, Feelings, Food, Friends

Honest Choco-Chan

We had a guest who loves dogs over the weekend.

Choco was busy visiting Mom’s and guest’s rooms in the morning and playing with them.

Unfortunately, Choco was alone on Monday morning.

I was busy getting ready for work and a new friend was busy packing to go back home.

Usually. I give him food with a command of “sit” and “down”.

We look into eyes and he eats his food from my hand.

In a way, we communicate despite busy morning.

On that day, I was running late and he was given a bowl.

He caught my eyes because he looked lonely when he started eating but I left for work.

Mom reported to me that Choco didn’t finish his breakfast.

When I returned home, he left more than half in the bowl.

I gave him the left over from my hand and he ate all though these food are harder being left out since morning.

He needs to feel loved.

Current food is bit large for him so I’m breaking in smaller pieces for him now to save time in the morning.

Choco, you are so honest; obviously, you need attention.

I will wake up earlier to spend time with you.

Love you, Choco!