Elliot is a six years old yorkie with a HUGE personality.
He may be a teacup yorkie, but Elliot is fearless in life. One of his favorite activity is chasing after squeaky toys and playing fetch with me.
This blue rubber “bone” is one of Elliot’s favorite toy. The squeaky sounds get him all worked up and Elliot loves to chase after it repeatedly. He maybe small, but he is determined to catch the bone and bring it back to me for another round of fetching.
I melt every time when I see this face, my sweet Elliot.
Elliot is my co-pilot in my daily routine from fetching toys to walking the park together as ways to bond with each other as much as we can. We both have a lot of fun with this photo challenge, Eye Spy, we decided to update another “eye” telling story from Elliot. Here is guideline for this week’s photo challenge:
Elliot, my pride and joy, is an adorable three pounds Yorkie. Elliot may be a teacup Yorkie, he barks without fears, runs around the house chasing after me with strong determination, and has a doberman’s huge personality to match.
Elliot also has expressive eyes. I melt every time when I see his almond shaped brown eyes trying to tell me something everyday. Like in this picture, he is trying to tell me, “Dad, do you think I look cute with my new haircut? If you do, go and get me a treat, because I deserve one.”
Of course, being a sucker for this adorable face and his expressive eyes, I can’t help it but give him a treat until he looks at me again with this animated look.
In a Mesh gallery, show us what makes you happy. Share your ideal day, recount a memorable day in the past, or share your favorite things.
I enjoyed this challenge so much that I wanted to share another one with you. Besides, everyday should be a “good day”, right?
We were able to embrace the nature and ventured to Sheep’s Meadow, Central Park’s famous area for picnic, people watching, and more. We got to hang out with my classmates from Digital Marketing class and it was great catching up with everyone during this outing.
Most importantly, Elliot got the opportunity to enjoy this fun day with us and our friends were eager to meet this adorable being.
Elliot had a great time licking my classmates, sniffed scents around the blanket, listened to our shenanigans, and tried to steal a piece of salami from the plate.
It was moment like this, in the concrete jungle, hanging out with your love ones and friends, looking at Elliot’s sweet face, making it a “Good Day.”
In response to The Daily Post’s weekly photo challenge: “On the Way.”
In-between moments can be just as memorable as grand finales. This week, share a photo you took on the way to something else.
In-between moments can definitely be memorable, especially when you travel with your love ones. In this instance, we were traveling back to NYC from Orlando after a long holiday trip.
After the meal service, Elliot decided to join us from his carrier and sat quietly at his dad’s lap looking out the window. He didn’t bark or fuss, he was simply enjoying his view for the rest of his trip.
We wondered what Elliot was looking at? Was he pondering if our neighbor’s annoying cats or crying baby were outside the plane, or was he waiting to see if food delivery guy would suddenly show up with food.
Regardless what Elliot was looking, he was contend and happy with his family. This “on the way” moment was definitely for us to treasure.
Elliot loves to travel and likes to “smell” different parts of city during his adventures. So we like to include him for trips when we visit pet friendly cities (Provincetown, Massachusetts being one of them.)
Being this tiny made it difficult for Elliot to walk around busy streets in Provincetown, so we bought this carrier as way making it easier for Elliot navigating throughout the city, not to mention, he got so many adoring attentions from visitors.
We adore our furry companion so much and will do anything to make his life fun and joyful. What will you do for your furry companion9(s)?
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