Thursday, May 27, 2010

Misa's Birthday


I've had my dog for five years and for the first time since 2005, I decided to have a small celebration for my king, Misa. We cooked some roasted chicken, steamed some corn and made some salad and said cheers for misa with some wine, Russian beers and Belgium beers plus a birthday cake for dessert. I made a small slideshow to show my friends of Misa's life from the first day up to now. It was fun and my friends loved the photos very much. You have to admit, Misa is pretty cute.

Misa - Private service

We usually take Misa on our trips so that he has been to quite a few places around Vietnam, including Quan Lan island, Tam Dao, Nha Trang and Hoi An... He loves going on the motorbike and in taxis. He's even been on Vietnam Airlines!

Misa and Tu

He is a very good dog who obeys my commands very well because we trained him well but he only understands English. My friends also love Misa very much. He loves having a shower very much, standing up on the side of the bathtub to let me shower him. A special thing about him is that he doesn't really like to eat dog biscuits but he loves eating rice from Com Binh dan restaurants and duck eggs.


When we used to live in Cao Ba Quat street, I usually took him to Lenin Park which was close by for him to play. Since we moved to Nghi Tam, he loves going to the Thang Loi Hotel to run up and down the grass hill then we walk back home.


Anonymous said...

I love the last photo, so so cute!!!!

Anonymous said...

Hi there,
Misa looks so beautiful. You are such a nice man to doing these for him.

Mẹ Chuột Mèo said...

Such a cute dog. He's a golden retrieve right? My sister has one too.

Anonymous said...

Private service, I like that idea very much!!!! He/she is such a lucky dog. Very cute!!!

Anonymous said...

Happy birthday Misa.

Anonymous said...

omg, ur dog is VIP :)) anyway long time no seeing this page. i miss hanoi so much

An old friend from acet

Tú :D

Anonymous said...

I can only imagine that Misa likes baths because it is a chance to cool off! I certainly lived for bathing when I was in Vietnam!
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