Today is Vesak Day, a day which the buddhists commemorate the birth, enlightenment and nirvana of Buddha.

Here wishing all buddhists a Happy Vesak Day. May the light of wisdom and the teaching of Buddha guide you to greater happiness and peace.

Woohoo.......I was also given an award, the Versatile Blogger Award, from Sugar the Golden Retriever.

The rules for accepting this award are:

1) Thank the blogger who gave you the award

Thank you, Sugar. You are indeed a versatile blogger with all the meaningful and informative post, I always enjoy going to your blog :)

2) I have to share 7 things about me

  • I love playing with balls. Small, big, rubber, plastic, I love them all :) But I don't fetch them for you.

  • While most of my pawpals hate brushing, I love it. I will happily follow Mummy when she take out the slicker brush

  • I love to mark my territory outside, thus I love to go for my walks.

  • I love to be pat but hate to be carried. I will nudge your hands for pats but will growl if you try to carry me.

  • I hate vacuum cleaner and mop. I will hide under the dinning table every time when I see them.

  • I hate to swim. I prefer to stay at the shoreline to watch the bikini girls with Daddy.

  • I love my food. Raw, home cooked or dehydrated, I love them all :)

3) Lastly, I have to pass this award to 15 blog pawpals

(Almost) Wordless Wednesday

(Photo courtsey of Pony's Mummy)

I'm a sunshine boy. Look at my smile :D

I promise pawrents that I will get well soon!!


Sorry for not posting recently. Mummy's been busy with her work and Daddy's been "flying" around. And I been busy making pawrents worry for me :(

Well, I'm sick lately. In fact, I was having loose stools for the 2 weeks. On top of having loose stools, I had 2 bout of seizures. Seizure is a very scary thing, I would just suddenly loss all my motor controls and cramp up. During the seizure, I would also "scream". During the seizure, pawrents would cuddle me and comfort me to ensure that I will not hurt myself.

We've been to the vet but she was unable to pin point what was the actual cause of my seizure. Seizure can be caused reactively by other organs problems, but my blood test rules that out. Thus the vet suggest that we do a CT scan to determine if there is any tumors or lesions in the brain that is causing the seizure. This is secondary seizure. If there is no tumors or lesions, then I will be treated as having idiopathic epilepsy i.e the cause of seizure is unknown.

To determine what is wrong with me, pawrents will be bringing me to seek a second opinion before we decide the next course of action.

In the meantime, I'm enjoying all the yummy home cooked food prepared by Mummy and all the attention that they are showering on me :)

Here are some links on canine seizure: