Wednesday, December 31, 2008

choosing the right profile picture

evil-eyed Wonton
I hate it when she doesn't disable the flash function before taking the picture so damn close to me. Don't I look all tough and evil-looking though, like I'm the head of security and loss prevention at Raw Materials? That's what I'm resolving to do in 2009, build up my street cred. I'm thinking of getting on Facebook and using this as my profile picture.

Or should I use this one, where I flash my bling and let people know I'm a big baller, a shot caller?

wonton bling xmas 2008
Photos courtesy of 5thandspring

Tuesday, November 4, 2008

yes we can

I love that part when President Barack Obama says that there will be a new puppy in the White House. I hope they get a Shih Tzu like me. That would rock so hard.

Monday, October 27, 2008

Friday, April 25, 2008

come celebrate our birthday!

I don't know what happened to Wonton. He hasn't updated his blog for months! But he came down to the Loftydog Academy on our birthday last Thursday to hang out. He needs to come play more often! Don't tell him I said anything, but he's getting a little chunky.

Anyway, I just wanted to let everyone know that we're having a birthday party tomorrow and you're invited!

Thursday, January 10, 2008

getting ready for a big night

Photo courtesy of Jim

I'm so excited, tonight is Yappy Hour at The LoftyDog. Actually, I'm here right now getting groomed. I have to say, I was pretty filthy. I like to put in the extra effort to look sharp for the bitches, as well as for myself (yes, I'm a little vain, what about it?). But with the recent rains, I let myself go. With me growing my hair a little longer for the winter (it gets cold in my loft) and being height-challenged, my twice-daily walks through the streets of Downtown Los Angeles means it's really difficult for me to stay clean.

Last night I went on the Downtown Dog Walk (Dodger hasn't updated the blog because Ken was out of the country, so check back later). I had a great time and met a lot of new downtown dogs. I even tried to jump in a few of the pools, but Jim stopped me. But I'm a little embarrassed because I threw up twice at Maguire Gardens. I think they spray something on the grass there that isn't good for dogs because I throw up every time we go there. I think we may have to find a new grassy area for our dog walks. Anyway, back to me - I threw up in front of everybody! I was so tired when I got home, I just curled up and went straight to bed. The woman who takes care of me kept checking up on me, looking all worried. But I'm all better now and eager to romp tonight. Hope to see you out Artwalking or at Yappy Hour!

Wednesday, January 9, 2008

downtown dog walk tonight!


I've been resting up all day so I'll be full of pep for tonight's Downtown Dog Walk. If you haven't been, we meet at Pershing Square at 6pm, sniff everybody and get to know each other a little bit, then all us dogs walk somewhere downtown. Usually we walk to a grassy area, but at last month's dogwalk we walked to Nokia Plaza. They didn't let us in to the Bjork concert and there wasn't any grass, but it was a fun walk just the same. I'm not sure where we're walking to tonight, but I hope we go to the South Lawn of City Hall.There's lots of gras there, trees to pee on, and a big grassy hill that I like to run up and down.

If you're a downtown dog, I hope to sniff you at the walk tonight!

Friday, January 4, 2008

me and riley

I was out walking the other day when I ran into my friend Riley at Banquette. I stayed a little longer than I planned, but I have so much fun with my favorite Akita that I just said, "Ah, screw my packed schedule, I'm going to play!"

Yeah, he's a lot bigger than me. But he's very gentle, he knows just how much is too much.

I felt great when we left Riley and continued up 4th Street, but we got to Spring Street and all of a sudden I was exhausted! Thankfully the woman who takes care of me carried me the rest of the way home. It was a good time running into Riley like that, but I wish Downtown Los Angeles had a dog park. Then we wouldn't have to play on the sidewalk.

Thursday, January 3, 2008

my new year's resolutions

This being my first New Year (I'm only 8 months old, almost 9!), I thought I'd make some resolutions. Nothing lame, don't worry I'm not going to try to lose weight, exercise more, quit smoking, stop frequenting strip clubs, stop procrastinating, or get out of debt. Besides, how fun is it to read about a dog trying to quit snacking and lapdances?

Here are my resolutions for 2008:

1. Exercise less, blog more.
2. Make more friends, hump more legs.
3. Find new and interesting things to chew on, in and outside of my loft.
4. Mark more lamposts and street signs while walking around downtown. (It's a big city and that fire hydrant isn't going to pee on itself!)
5. Help Dodger and Ken organize downtown dogs (and their owners) to get a Downtown Dog Park.
6. Get on blogdowntown's blog roll and (finally) be recognized as part of the 3bn.

If you haven't already, I suggest jettisoning the standard resolutions and set some resolutions that are fun and easy to stick to. Come on, let's make 2008 a fun year.