Dog of the Day: Jack Russell Mix?

Just a guess. All I know for sure was that the center of this pup’s world was a tennis ball.

Jack Russell Mix

Airplane ears!

Jack Russell Mix

Eyes on the prize.

Jack Russell Mix

Very talented dog. Nabbed balls out of the air well over half the time.

Jack Russell Mix

Taking a turn like a motorcycle.

Jack Russell Mix

Houston, we are go for liftoff.

Jack Russell Mix

I'm usually pretty good at reading dog expressions, but this one looks so freaked out to me, and she definitely wasn't freaked out. Just intent.

Jack Russell Mix

She's nearly as bouncy as the ball.

Jack Russell Mix

Waaaait for it...

Jack Russell Mix

Maybe more like a Jack-in-the-box. (Jack-Russel-in-the-box?)

Jack Russell Mix

Pretty flowers. For such a tiny park, Huntington Park is really pretty nice.

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4 Responses to Dog of the Day: Jack Russell Mix?

  1. Emily Deckenback says:

    Hi there! I’ve been following your blog (on Google reader) for the past couple of months and I just love it! It’s so clever, and fulfills my total love of dogs. I keep waiting to see if my parents’ pair of keeshonds will ever appear, though they live in Palo Alto, not SF.

    I just wanted to point out that the dog on today’s post is in fact female, as several of your impressive photographs conclusively demonstrate. ;)

    • Adam Lang says:

      Eek! So she is! I will set the record straight forthwith!

      And thanks for the kind words. I’m having a lot of fun with DoSF, but sometimes it feels a little like shouting into a well, so it’s always nice to hear that other people are enjoying it too.

      Keep an eye out… I may not have your parents’ Keeshonds, but I think I’ll be posting at least one grey floofy dog in fairly short order…

      • Emily Deckenback says:

        Oooh! Grey floofy dogs are the best!

        Though my beagle-corgi cross is, of course, the cutest dog on the planet, even if she wears too much eye makeup.

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