Ms. Chibi

…is what Chibi would have said whenever we take notice on how slooooooooow she eats.

Like I’ve mentioned before, I have four dogs; Max, the almost three year old Rottweiler, Pom-pom, the almost two year old Pomeranian spitz (who knows a lot of tricks by the way) and Nogi-nogi, the youngest of the pack – I really don’t know his exact age because he was only given to us by our neighbor who had no idea how old Nogi is as well, but he is still a puppy and Chibi, of course.

Chibi is around seven months old now. She is also a Pomeranian spitz like Pom-pom but she has a darker shade of brown – red Pomeranian fur to be exact. She is smaller than Pom-pom and the vet said she wouldn’t be growing much anymore, because female dogs tend to be smaller than male dogs. The name Chibi is a japanese word which means ‘small’ – so the name fits her perfectly. Like all Pomeranian, Chibi went through the puppy uglies stage; you really wouldn’t think she’s a Pomeranian with the way she looked like before. Anyway, like I said with my opening sentence, Chibi eats very slow. My other three dogs have finished their meals, taken their walks, played with each other but Chibi is still eating, barely finishing half of her food in the bowl.

Yeah, “I’m a lady” is just a human’s / my excuse for Chibi’s food picking. She’s a picky eater. She eats the meats first, then the dog food and lastly the rice, and that takes her three hours – more or less. She doesn’t like foods that are hard. They say Chibi’s just like me; no, I’m NOT picky with my food, I just eat slow. I’m usually the last one to finish. What can I say, I’m just enjoying the food! As for Chibi, I’d like to think that she’s using the ‘I’m a lady’ excuse since she’s the only female dog I have (the third one since I was in high school) and the rest are all males (for some reason, we prefer male dogs over female dogs).

She eats slowly, she eats with finesse, she eats like a lady – she’s Chibi!

Happy Chibi

All smiles and happy because she got a big piece of treat 😀

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