Bonifacio High Street

14 Nov

First off, I’d to say THANK YOU to Ms. Rita Neri for her advice on Dash’s grooming. I will be checking out those products soon! She is the owner of Dash’s gorgeous parents, and I want to do my best so Dash can look as gwapo as his dad 😉

Anyway, we had a quick lunch at Bonifacio High Street, which is probably one of the favorite places to take your dog here in Metro Manila. In fact, I’d say it’s really close to turning into a dog slash kiddie park. On any given weekend there are huge numbers of both running around and tumbling all over the place..

Dash is still very cautious about the world and the last time he didn’t seem to enjoy High Street all that much – his first encounter with a little child, he promptly got so scared he peed himself. This time, we tried to keep him away from the hustle and bustle of the children and other dogs. With the help of lots of water to cool down because it was a very hot day, he was so happy and excited to be walking around that he peed twice and pooped once. (Thankfully, Daddy D cleaned it up very neatly :D)


Plotting how to take over the Fort from the comfort of Daddy D’s lap.


We hung out at Hobbes and Landes, which is the only store in High Street that sells pet goodies and one of the few that lets dogs inside. We enjoyed some frozen yogurt and I beat Daddy D at a digested version of Cranium, while Dash took a nap and actually PEED ON THE FLOOR. How embarrassing! Thank GOD the Hobbes and Landes staff seemed to be very used to doggies having little accidents on the floor. Anyway, as you can see from the picture I met the most gorgeous Alaskan Malamute puppies. YES they’re puppies! And to think, they’re going to get bigger!


What gorgeous creatures. They were asleep when Dash arrived, and when they woke up Dash was a little spooked. I don’t blame him at all, Dash is probably the same size as a malamute’s head! It was funny how he belatedly let out his tiny little “ruff!” bark right after they left. Tapos na ang away, Dash!


This has absolutely no relation to doggies whatsoever but I found one of my favorite paintings on a cake from Marta’s Cakes in Serendra. I’m not a cake person at all, so I can imagine this sitting in my fridge in a sort of exhibition, along with all the (mostly untouched) stuff in there. 😛


4 Responses to “Bonifacio High Street”

  1. Em November 16, 2010 at 12:39 am #

    Dash is super cute. I can’t wait to meet him, Mommy J! Hope I don’t scare him though.. ♡ Those Alaskan Malamutes are handsome too, but I heard they need a lot of taking care of. I wish I was capable of training huge breeds like that.

    • Mommy J November 17, 2010 at 4:10 am #

      Can’t wait for you to meet him either! He’ll love you I’m sure 😀

  2. Huskee and Hershey November 16, 2010 at 2:36 am #

    Oh wow… we never knew there is such a cool street in Metro Manila where all you cool pups hang out! Our mom had been to Manila numerous times on business and we cannot believe she hasn’t even been there!!

    Dash, we can’t blame you for being spooked by those Malamut pups.. they are real cute, but real HUGE too!

    • Mommy J November 17, 2010 at 4:10 am #

      Hi Huskee and Hershey! You should tell your Mommy to go to High Street next time she’s here for a meal or some shopping. It’s more like an outdoor mall actually (we Pinoys do love our malls) where doggies are allowed to frolic too! Sometimes it’s like a doggie show on weekends & they have pet events there too once in a while! I hope they have more coming up so I can attend & take photos.. well, maybe when Dash is a bit bigger..

      They were soo huge but I love how the first doggie still has that universal puppy dog face.. One which I know Hershey’s perfected 😀

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