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Monthly Archives: February 2011
Yeah, I know, I post a lot of these guys. But every third person seems to have one, and it’s pretty obvious why: they’re great dogs.
A pair of Macy’s window puppies, saved from this winter. I think they’re probably half Chihuahua… maybe we can get Autumn’s opinion on the other half.
Keep running into this pup, and he’s one of my favorites. I now think he’s a Finnish spitz/golden retriever mix.
It’s my birthday! And so I had to post an adorable puppy. I ran into this guy in a dog park in the Inner Richmond. I gave his mom my email address, and told her that I’d post his pictures … Continue reading
Given the popularity of the 101 Dalmatians franchise, I’m kind of surprised how few of these I see around.
Update: if you can see this, you’re on the new blog! Not that you needed telling, since it should look pretty different from the old one. (The theme I was using doesn’t seem to work properly with the new version … Continue reading
It’s amazing how much the older dog here has lightened with age. I’m used to vizslas being a uniform chocolate-brown color, never seen one that looked more like a latte.
This one is for Anne Gearhart, a good friend of mine. She had a cute little stuffed dachshund named Waffles. Well, this Waffles isn’t a dachshund, but boy is he cute!
How do people with samoyeds keep them so clean? If I were a samoyed I would be a uniform light-brown color… I am just not capable of keeping myself that tidy.
Don’t know what the other half of Georgia is, and I don’t really care: she’s a super-photogenic, super-cute pup. (This is a shot from the Embarcadero: in the background you’re looking out at the San Francisco piers.)