Tuesday, December 31, 2013
Saturday, December 28, 2013
The Ups and Downs of Modeling with Your Dog by Jeng Mamiit, Baby Moon Correspondence and Model.
Modeling with your dog can be a very rewarding and great bonding experience with your pet. I have experienced different types of modeling, and modeling with your dog could lead to unique and lovely memories.
As both a ramp and print model, I only had to think about myself, which made adjustments easy. In modeling with your dog, however, adjustments are always needed – and sometimes difficult. For example, when I modeled with my baby Leo for Pet Express, he didn’t want to walk on both occasions, in SM Mall of Asia and SM Megamall. However, when we modeled for Baby Moon Lifestyle for Hobbes and Landes, I had no problem having him walk. He even looked very cheerful on the runway!
It was even more difficult when I tried to model with all four of our babies. In most instances, some of them walked, while others constantly tried taking their costumes off while on stage.
Adjustments aren’t the only thing needed in modeling with your dog. Before you participate in this activity, you need to know and understand the many ups and downs of dog modeling.
· You get to experience the glamour of modeling with your pet.
· The experience can’t be compared to anything else.
· You get to meet a lot of other people that want to showcase their pets as much as you do.
· Last but certainly not least – freebies from sponsors!
· Not all your moments in modeling with your dog will be picture perfect
· You have no room to experience stage fright since your dog will be sensitive towards negative feelings such as that.
· It could be costly to maintain good looks and purchase good clothing – for both you and your pet.
Modeling with your dog is certainly not for everyone. However, once you are able to participate in such an activity, you will right away feel how special this experience can be for you and your pet.
Wednesday, December 25, 2013
Monday, December 23, 2013
Our Baby Moon Model Robin really wanted to give cheer to children this Christmas so we arranged for him to distribute some gifts to children.
Thursday, December 12, 2013
Are you living in a home with multiple pets? That means you have more than one pet and possibly more than one kind of pet. This article is from Baby Moon Correspondent and Model Jeng Mamiit. She lives in a multi-pet household.
Taking care of more than one pet has its definite share of advantages and disadvantages. In our household, we have six cats, all personal rescues, and four dogs, all adopted from shelters.
Let’s start off with the good things.
- The more, the merrier! With many pets all living together with you, you will see different personalities from each of them, allowing you to gain different kinds of experiences.
- Adopting and/or fostering rescues means that you will be helping more pets to get off the streets as you will be freeing up space in shelters.
- There will be lots of picture-perfect moments, with one or more pets at a time.
- Nothing beats the feeling of all those tails wagging as they greet you when you get home!
However, there are some not-too-good things as well.
- Taking care of multiple pets can become costly and entails a lot of responsibility.
- Pets with different temperaments can sometimes lead to fights, which you have to watch out for!
- Multiple pets require a lot of time and effort from you to ensure that they are always safe and healthy.
A multi-pet household is not for everyone. However, personally, I think the good things about a multi-pet household greatly outweigh the not-so-good things. There will be both good and bad times, but one thing’s for sure – living in a multi-pet household is something that I will not trade for anything else!
Tips for a Multi-pet household:
Take it one pet at a time. Add pets only if you think you and your resources can handle it. If it is possible, let your pets meet before adopting more. Keep organized. Most pets have their own schedule and territory. Some of them don't like to share toys or bowl so better watch out. Most importantly, share the love! love each one equally with no reservation. Pets are like babies. They do get jealous.