It’s been so long since I wrote a pet-related post. We’ve been planning on this article for quite some time but I have just been so busy to compose it. So before I start, here’s a photo of the two furballs.
Anyway, I’ll just be discussing two major products–a disc and a water jug. To be more specific, it’s the Hyperflite Jawz Disc and the PupCup. As a bonus, I’ll also give some feedback on the Kong Classic Flyer.
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I started running again. I run every morning with Mark and Snoopy, our beagle. I’m not an athlete, so this is really something for me. I told myself it was going to be easy–after all, I was able to run 10k during the 2013 Nike Run. But darn it, it was anything but easy.
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I can’t really compare, but people say that having a dog is like having a baby. And when you have a baby, you obviously want the best for them. Same with us, we want only the best products and accessories to ensure that our Snoopdog (Snoopy or Snoop in short) is taken care of the best way we can.
I will be writing about the accessories we have handpicked for Snoop, which will hopefully help furparents and future furparents who are still looking. 🙂
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Go to grad school, they said. It would be fun, they said.
Well, guess what. I did start my graduate studies, and it is NOT fun. Nah, I’m totally overreacting.
I am currently taking up Master of Management in Business Management (MM BM) still in my beloved University of the Philippines Los Baños. Aside from this being a requirement for tenure, I also really really really want to start my own business in the future, and I want to have a strong background in that. Among other Masters Degrees in UPLB, the MM program requires applicants to take the MM Midyear Program to gauge if they are ready for the regular semester. If you pass the MM Midyear Program, you get accepted either as a regular graduate student or a probationary student. If you fail the midyear program, you can try again next year.
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