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Reservoir Trip

Went to bedok reservoir today morning, Amber had an appointment with the groomer at Masmas's. We decided to bring her over to the reservoir for some exercise before going for grooming.

Its very breezy there, the bridge seems to be moving slightly today, must be because of the high tide. Anyways Amber had a lot of fun, we put her off leash as it was very spacious and not much people, probably 1-2. She did well considering its her 2nd time being let off leash, she did walk quite far but once i shout her name she will come back and walk beside me, also when i ran with her she was still okay, just slightly in front until i asked her to go slower. Our goal is to get her to be ready for off leash by her 1st birthday, which is on 03 December 2012.



At first glance there is not much difference from the previous hair cut the last time we brought her to the groomers, but there is actually quite a number of difference.

- hair is round instead now, it is not obvious because of the ribbon, but her head is cut round like afro, will show her without the ribbon soon
- fur at snout is not so round, this time it is more curved out like a Schnauzer's
- tail is more prominent
- her front paw is cut differently, no more pompom, now its more elegantly shaped 
- her body's fur is much shorter

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