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Behind the blog

We have been blogging since January 2012, time really passes quickly, Amber is already 1 year old now! 

We have met many people through our blog, both online and offline, fortunately most are friendly, just some once in a while "troll" that comes along and attempt to bring down the blog. As much as we'd like to post updates about Amber and add more fun topics, readers should understand that the blog is not created for these purposes, if you are looking for fun stuff  you could always like our Facebook page which has a lot of pictures and videos throughout Amber's life.

This blog is a place that is real, behind every posts are real life events encountered by us. Some people may find it offensive, that it contradicts from their beliefs and would resort to thrashing out their discontentment on our blog / email box. Our blog is filled with articles that are very opinion oriented, posts like reviews, rants and daily updates are viewed by thousands of people, which always attract people from different backgrounds, sometimes even shop owners themselves. Some of them made friends with us, some got angry about the review scores and criticized us and the rest who read our blog regularly but haven't said hi yet. 

Of course this is how the cyber world works, if you were to show things to the world you're bound to get praises and also bad remarks. Our main goal with the blog is always to let more people understand about dogs, not only Amber but also dogs we meet outside, how they behave, how Amber reacts and how we handle situations, our motto is always "truth" first. 

We are and have always been experimenting topics that people would love to read about, coming up with new ideas and brainstorming page titles, which is why you will find that our pages are changing from time to time, even the look of the blog is changing, sometimes so subtle that users would not notice but we believe it is for the better user experience. We would remove pages that are less popular and add new things, even with unhappy feed backs from people or even shop owners who are angered with the reviews, we do actually take effort to get more feed backs from other people first and see if everyone has the same experience, at times we'd even go down to the shop personally again after a few months to see if anything has changed, unfortunately all of the shops we have revisited barely changed, some did but were for the worst. Same thing for shops with good reviews, if there were bad feed backs from readers we would take note and find out the next time we visit the shops again, to see it for ourselves.

Good news! We do have plans to start open online shop, before we go on I want to assure you that it will not affect the quality of this blog, you will expect some promotion here and there but there will not be spamming on how great the products are on posts/reviews, most probably a brand new site will be up for that purpose, this is how we'd want to do things, hope you will enjoy shopping when it comes out!

Hopefully this post can clear up some of the confusion some reader has about us, once again I'll like to take this chance to emphasize that our blog is aimed at dog owners who want their dogs to live happier, in a way it is based on our own opinions, we want to give people as much help as possible through our posts, it is not meant for promoting shops, or making money. Although there are times where manufacturer approached us to review their products, we would send a request to them that we do not "lie" in our reviews and would only accept the offer IF our requests are are met. As a reader, everyone has the rights to post your own opinions, the only thing we'd hope is that people would take the initiative to read at their own writing before posting, please refrain from vulgarities, non constructive feed backs and promoting personal businesses.



  1. This is worth reading! Thanks

    1. Hi wooden toy box, thank you for the comment! Hope you've enjoyed the blog.


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