Dog Machine

dog machine

I was walking one day and I saw my neighbor she’s a huge girl and she’s having a hard time cleaning up his dog, I’m sure a little bit of diet pills would help her move more comfortably while washing her dog, but i didn’t advise her that because of diet pill side effects.

So while walking i began to think, with the technology nowadays I’m pretty sure that there’s something which could help her wash her dog. I stumbled upon a machine which i never thought existed today and was amazed :).

Or am I just too ignorant with what’s technology has been offering lately. Anyways it’s a dog washing machine, and as I have researched, it was reported in some news in western areas covering a footage where the shopkeeper washed the dog using the dog washing machine in Tokyo, Japan. While there are positive feedbacks about the machine, specially those who doesn’t wanna handle messy puppies, there are also negative feedbacks indicating that the puppies are getting traumatized etc. etc.. I guess, its not a good machine after all.


What is the meaning of courage?

Is it to fight a bull in a bullfight?

Is it to go alone inside a haunted house?

Is it to go into war with  bare hands?

Is it to practice free fall parachuting?

Is it bungee jumping, wild water rafting?

Is it to gamble your salary on a coin toss?

Is it to insult the bouncer in a bar?

Is it to humiliate your boss?

Is it to go on a defective ferris wheel?

Bullsh*t, that’s nothing ….


dog and tiger making it

Missed my Eclipse

my dogs - Eclipse and KiaraThis post is a tribute to my favorite dog – Eclipse.  She’s small and black, with some white fur on her chest and legs, and has the resemblance of a japanese spitz. Eclipse is a very active and playful dog. She can jump as high as four times her height during her peak years. She has no special diet, dog food or whatever. I just gave her some pet supplements from time to time.

I really missed her a lot. Unfortunately she died last year of natural cause like any other dog of her age. She died at the age of 9. If converted to dog years (x7), that would be 63 years old. She even waited for me to arrived home before she finally wagged her tail before me. As if she’s saying “Goodbye Master…”.