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Monthly Archives: August 2012
Max gets my vote as ‘most handsome dog of the week’. In fact, one of the pictures here (I suspect you can guess which one) is in the running for the DoSF calendar, which I am back to actively working … Continue reading
‘Doki’ is apparently the sound the heart makes in Japanese. So Doki Doki is pretty much named ‘thumpthump’. Which seems quite appropriate for a beagle with a very active tail.
Grayson sure looks full-grown to me.
Help me out here: for reasons I do not fully understand, I feel like Verne is wearing footie pajamas. Can anyone figure out why?
She doesn’t look terribly fortunate, does she? Well, she is. ’cause she had a mom who noticed that her eyelids were inverting, which often causes blindness in wrinkly dogs like shar peis. So she got a little bit of plastic … Continue reading
And, just in time to prove that even after a thousand posts there are still plenty of breeds I haven’t seen yet, there’s this guy. According to Wikipeida, Podengos are Portuguese dogs that come in three distinct sizes. The large … Continue reading
Three things to quickly get out of the way. First: woohoo! This is my thousandth post! I’d like to thank all of you for paying attention enough to convince me to continue. Second: I sent out emails to all of … Continue reading
The dog walker who was walking this fine fellow had an awful lot of dogs on his leashes. Fortunately I was there to give this pup the attention he was due.
I’ve been running into Foxy since the middle of 2010, over in Huntington Park, on Nob Hill. I’ve only taken pictures once, when she was playing with a golden retriever (this was back in my iPhone days, and they didn’t come … Continue reading