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Meet our very furry member of our family, Shoka. We could only guess how he feels living in a house full of suffocating overly loving kids! We don't have to wonder any longer... You can read Shoka's thoughts as documented by me right here on his very own "Shoka Diaries" page! Hope it brings a smile to your face the same way he lights up our lives....

Shoka Diaries

May 14, 2013

Oh woof! It’s getting warmer outside and along with whole new array of furry animals to chase (and uh, nibble on when no one is looking) that also means loud rolling annoying machines rolling through MY grass every week. See, I got a problem with things with engines, that move – on the driveway of MY area and on the grass.

My smallest humans used to drive a little fleet of mini moving play cars up and down and up and down the driveway and I thought they were chasing me… So I chased them back and then they chased me more. And this scared the tail off me.
I think my paws got in the way a couple a times because those moving cars driven by my mini drivers would hurt me and keep on going! Not on purpose, just little human drivers and accidents! Who can blame them? So, ever since then, I NEED to bark my lungs out at ANYTHING that rolls – anywhere! You know, just trying to keep my people safe so their paws, I mean feet, don’t get hurt too!

So, this time of year, while the smells of summer are glorious, the noise and tires I must endure are NOT! My humans bring me inside when I bark too much and even though the rolling machines hurt my ears and alarm me, bringing me inside in-FUR-iates me! I want to be outside in the sun so I can em-bark on my many canine missions! This ain’t an inside kinda dog here! Know what I mean?

My non-furry mom tries to explain that there’s nothin’ to be all barked up about, but I just can’t lie there and sleep with wheels rolling by me…

There’s no good solution for it. All in a dog’s life? Arf!
Any dog out there share my fear of rolling wheels? Yelp!

-Shoka

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