07 March 2009

They grow up so fast

So, our little Milo is about 7 months old these days (or 6... that's what you get when you adopt a stray) and already at the "he won't get any bigger than" weight that the adoption vet told us (15 kilograms). But of course, he's still getting bigger. And just got his 結紮 yesterday. Though I declined to see his 蛋蛋... do they offer that service in America?

He goes on walks (often walks us), sleeps through the night, and, as a couple vets have said, "很會吃."

Anyway, here are the pictures that everyone wants to see of the little Taiwan 流浪狗 that could.






Little post-op Milo (a.k.a. Coneface) walks home from the vet...

4 comments:

Jonathan said...

wow, he's really, really big

Anne said...

no, in the States, they do not offer to show you the um things

glennie said...

He looks like he has some lab/shepherd in him (cute little guy). I think the rule of thumb is to look at his paws - the bigger the paws the bigger the dog (great dane puppy paws are the size of dinner plates). Can't wait to meet him!

Aunt Judy said...

This is not a small dog! Is he coming home with you? But glad that he is healthy and still giving all of you joy. xo