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The stranger named Terry Wong

While coming back to my blog as usual, i noticed a person named Terry Wong who made pretty nasty remarks about Amber and the blog. They were words that sounded very angry and seemed to come from someone who seemed young and childish. Words like hope you will die, your dog suck, your dog is f***ing dumb/ugly, these are signs of someone who is desperate to vent his/her anger using the fastest possible ways to provoke the targeted person. Which happens to be us, while being curious, i decided to take a look at the visitors that came to our blog during the time we received the nasty remarks. Turned out to be someone that had just visited our review of a pet shop named Joy Doggy. This person not only read the review once, but came back after a few minutes. We gave this pet store the lowest score so far at 2/10.

Our blog is always aimed to be opinion oriented, frank/honesty, we also try to make posts as detailed as possible. This is very much like a diary, just that it is free for everyone to see. With this kind of blogs/websites it will always attract unwanted visitors who either get angry when they do not agree with the post, or they are the ones who are being mentioned.

In this scenario, we believed that this "Terry Wong" posted the remarks after reading about the review of Joy Doggy pet store. We also believe Terry Wong is not the real name of the person, and this person would be someone who is working at the shop mentioned, or it is just the owner themselves.


Reviews like this would always have loves and hates, and we are not planning to stop doing this anytime soon. We aim to give our dogs the best of everything possible, why not just try them yourselves and if you think so otherwise feel free to tell us what you think. We promise that we will respect your ideas.

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